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Have You Ever Wanted to Be a Part of Something That REALLY Matters

Have You Ever Wanted to Be a Part of Something That REALLY Matters

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Have you Ever Wanted to Be a Part of Something That REALLY Matters?
Young people are leaving Paraguay by the thousands. There are few jobs and few Christianleaders to cut through the currents that are leading Paraguayans to a state of hopelessness.Something has to change. We desire to raise up a new generation of Paraguayan leaders.Many young people want to serve God here in Paraguay, but they don’t know where to go fromthere. They are lacking the tools and the structure to learn about their gifts and how to applythem practically for God’s service. Enter Institute. This holistic training will focus oncharacter development, leadership skills and Biblical training. Young people who are at least18 years of age will be a part of the enriching classes such as the New Testament, personalfinances, & time management.Since so many Paraguayans are unemployed it is crucial for students to learn a vocationaltrade such as woodworking, radio, agriculture and animal husbandry. Students will spend 50%of their time in the classroom and 50% getting hands on training in “the shop”.Imagine with us for a minute, thirty young people sitting around a campfire laughing anddrinking mate while sharing about their two week winter internship serving in a church.Imagine with us a young man named Freddy who is the middle of seven children. He neverknew his dad. He’s now learning to be a welder with Hugo, a godly man from the church.He’s learning about being a real man too.We believe in the young people that will change Paraguay with the hope of Christ. God ispreparing us for this season of training up leaders, but we need your help.There are several items we need on site before we launch the Leadership School in March,2011. They are, in order of importance:
16 bunk beds with 32 mattresses - $120 bed $60 mattress
1 video projector - $600
5 computers- $500/each
15 computer monitors - $100/each
30 desks - $25/each
1 door/1 glass window for comp. lab - $120 door $40 window
1 Toshiba Photocopier- $550
Pots, pans and utensils for cooking- $220
Dinnerware (silverware/mugs/glasses)- $440 for 30 sets
20 plastic chairs- $15/each
2 Refrigerators- $380/each
1 industrial oven- $900
4 computer tables - $60/each
Reference books for library- $250
4 Book shelves- $55/each
4 metal stands for kitchen- $45/each
1 solar panel- $1100
Are we a little passionate and slightly crazy? Yes.Do we serve a God that can move mountains? Absolutely!Can you make a difference? You bet.Join us on the exciting journey to shape the lives of Paraguay’s upcoming leaders.You can give online to the leadership institute*:
https://www.mvi.org/donations/online-donations
 Serving Together,Norberto, Julie & Timmy Kurrle

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