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Mentoring Changes Lives

Become a Mentor - Volunteer to join the 100's already ministering online in their spare time Become a Mentor to Teens - We have a critical need for mentors to teens Download the video to show in your Church. Get your church involved in The Mentor Center. Endorsement: "I don't see online mentoring as replacing our current face-to-face mentoring,...

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19 Years Old and 19 Men Later
19 Years Old and 19 Men Later

When I graduated high school in 2001 and went off to college, I would have never believed I would become a prostitute. But that’s exactly what ended up happening. I was excited to go away to school because it seemed more interesting than staying home and going to community college. While there I enjoyed the college scene: the parties, the freedom,...

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Finding New Life in the Army
Finding New Life in the Army

Note: Due to his request, the person’s name who told us his life story has been withheld. I was on the verge of killing myself. But something brought me back from the edge of death. This is my story. Although I grew up in a Christian family in the Middle East, Christianity meant very little to me. I was not satisfied with my life. Even though...

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An Unreasonable Joy
An Unreasonable Joy

I have always loved babies. Even as a young girl, you would see me carrying my little cousins around on my hip. So I just assumed that when I got married and decided to have children, it wouldn't be a problem. When my first pregnancy ended in a miscarriage at thirteen weeks I was heartbroken. Since I got pregnant right away the first time, I...

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My Search for Truth
My Search for Truth

I was born in Montreal and raised in Vancouver, Canada. My parents were morally upright but non-religious. Our neighbors could also be described as non-religious. I did not know any Christians or serious followers of any other religion while I was growing up. Though my neighborhood was poor, its public schools were outstanding and its libraries...

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Gary’s Story: In His Own Words
Gary's Story: In His Own Words

On Saturday  November 8th, 2008 my world blew apart – literally.   I was carrying a package I thought was a gift when it exploded in my hands. We had recently sold our cozy townhouse and were excited to move into a larger home with a yard for our daughters.  The day started out with a quiet breakfast of tea and cinnamon buns.   We were...

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The Power of Words
The Power of Words

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words . . . can wound forever. Pictures of me as a little kid are really cute –– curly blond hair, a quick smile and eyes always looking for the next adventure. I had the confidence that comes from knowing you are truly loved. If we painted pictures at school, I painted three. I had a storybook childhood...

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Start a Faith Adventure
Start a Faith Adventure

Jesus said that he came to make all things new. His death on the cross can have a profound impact on your life. You have to ask yourself: Is this the life for me? When asked to describe yourself do you reach for your job title? Do you define yourself by your relationships -- spouse, parent, lover, friend? Do you think of your successes, your failures,...

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