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Empowerment

Sons Without Fathers – Idols Aside Ministries

Just over two years ago when Jeff Shills signed up to be a mentor at a Sons Without Fathers retreat, he did not expect to be emotionally and spiritually wrecked. On this particular retreat, there was a 14-year-old boy named John.

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Empowerment

Dreaming Under a Mango Tree – Love Haiti Partnership

After church one afternoon, sweat bubbled on her brow as Bristol Wells tried to keep up with a Haitian man who was speedily hiking up the side of a mountain. His name was Michel and his 70 years of age did not stop him from being the fastest and most energetic of the group.

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Empowerment

Mission Field America

A mission is typically something you plan and save money for; it’s something that takes you out of your normal life and drops you into a foreign place outside of your comfort zone to wage peace instead of war. Mission trips are usually goal oriented and purpose filled.

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The Good Stuff

Ignorance Isn’t Always Bliss

Growing up I never realized that education was one of the greatest gifts my country had ever given me. Here in the United States, education is a right and all children are not only able to attend school but are required to go.

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Hunger

Come to the Table

Epic Affect wants to challenge you to ask yourself what you would like to see change in this world, and then think about how you can specifically and uniquely help it change. Those desires were placed in your heart on purpose and those gifts were placed in your hands for a reason.

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Epic Affectors

Bridges of Hope

Addiction began to sink its teeth into Robby Horsley at the tender age of 16. The first time he drank led to several days of suffering through alcohol poisoning and shortly after that he found his way into an exhausting double life.

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Hunger

Power in a Peanut Butter Sandwich

A few years ago Lajuanta Mattox went on a mission trip to Puerto Rico that left her feeling discouraged. After seeing the overwhelming conditions in some of the impoverished neighborhoods, she wondered if she was even making an impact.

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The Founder’s Heart

The Grind of Success

One of the common threads that weave every generation, race and gender together is the desire to be “somebody.” Everyone wants to “make it.” We desire to be worth knowing, admirable, and successful.

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