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Wren Project Funding Needs As you know for the past two years, we have been planning the launch of our newest ministry to serve girls in a residential program. We call this “The Wren Project.” The vision to serve girls has gained a lot of attention within the Youth Horizons community, and we know God has...

Thank you, Donors So many of you have blessed Youth Horizons financially through the years. Even during the recent uncertainties, God has provided through you. My heart is warm through your generosity, and I cannot thank you enough for supporting Youth Horizons. The needs of our youth often seem crippling, yet we remain undeterred in our...

Message From Youth Horizons President Robert Garner Greetings! I cannot believe how quickly the year 2021 is moving. It has been several months since I have personally given you an update. This edition is the start of a quarterly newsletter message from me. However, you can continue to expect a monthly newsletter that communicates and celebrates the...

Matches End, Friendships Begin   This time of year is always bittersweet at Youth Horizons. Every summer, we say farewell and thank you to Mentor-Protégé matches coming to a formal close in our program. While mentoring relationships formally close under Youth Horizons’ supervision at age18, we are thrilled when these matches continue to be involved in each...

Hoopin’ For Youth Horizons Youth Horizons is grateful to be the benefactor of a new memorial fundraiser, “Hoop for Noah (formerly Noah Macias Medical Fund).” In honor of the late Noah Bruce Macias who had a passion for basketball as a player and coach. Noah, who believed it was his mission to connect with young men...

Easter Sun Run Success We want to thank all who participated in the Virtual 2021 Easter Sun Run (ESR). Our vision, “Divided by Distance, United in Mission” turned out to be evident with how participants, churches and sponsors came together to support Youth Horizons. Three churches even held their own race event, which created a fun...

Mentoring Through Model Classic Cars David Lewis is a classic car guy, so he and his protégé Corban enjoy working on real and model cars. A match now for about two years, they recently built a scale model of a V8 engine. Their model is a motorized V8 engine that features ignition and engine sounds and...

Catching Up   Editor’s note: Youth Horizons is launching a new series in its newsletter, titled Catching Up. The new series is a way to, well, catch up largely with the young people who were once protégés in Youth Horizons’ one-to-one mentoring program as well as others who have contributed across our ministry. Catching Up will appear...

Mentoring Matters More Than Ever We enjoy celebrating match anniversaries at Youth Horizons. Donna and Hanisha have been matched for three years, even staying in touch through the pandemic by following Covid-19 public safety guidelines. Recently, we celebrated their anniversary at Yo-B with frozen yogurt. Donna attends Central Christian Church and Hanisha is in 6th grade....

Making Matches Amid The Pandemic   Mentoring during a pandemic has its challenges and we are learning how to adapt. That hasn’t stopped people from wanting to get involved with Youth Horizons and make a difference. One example has been the three new matches Youth Horizons helped facilitate through the generosity of Pathway churches. The matches are...