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James 1:23 and 24 is a passage that I am thinking of as I write to you today; in conjunction with Proverbs 12:9 where it says “Better to be a nobody and yet have a servant, than pretend to be somebody and have no food.” Both of these references address our inappropriate and sometimes disillusioned...

Mentors are all involved in a child's life because they hope to see change. Sometimes however the change that we as mentors want is not the same change that the kids we meet with are committed to. What can we do to move these kids towards change when they seem uninterested in changing? As a mentor you...

As we move through life, we come across images that evoke stimulating thought. Images like the sequoias in northern California and some of the ancient oak trees in the south. What is interesting is where they started. In many instances they are many hundreds of years old, but they all have their...

2011 Contribution Chart At Youth Horzions, we rely on a variety of sources for our funding each year. We recognize that God is always the source of provision for this organization, and we are thankful for each of the ways that He chooses to cover our needs. Every time we have prayed and asked the Lord...

In the mentoring program at Youth Horizons, we are often faced with the question, “What does it take to be a good mentor?” For each person who volunteers, we provide training and support to help them to be successful as a mentor. All of the people that come to our training are eager. They want...

The end goal at the Kinloch-Price Boys Ranch (KPBR) is always that the child might one day enter back into his family with relationships restored. This means that boys need to learn the life and relational skills necessary to succeed in family life. Each boy will react differently to his time at the ranch—it often...

[caption id="attachment_1555" align="alignright" width="300" caption="MaKaylie smiles as she carries her gifts. Local churches sponsor sponsor gifts for children each year. "][/caption] The Youth Horizons Christmas Concert will be held on Friday, Dec. 2, this year, at Central Community Church. The concert will begin at 7 p.m., and will feature Earnest Alexander, Dr. John Taylor and the...

Christmas! Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. Think about it. Can’t you feel it? Have you ever been to the airport at this time of the year? People are moving, heading around the world, rushing home for Christmas. Mom will be busy preparing all her favorite recipes. Dad will be out in the...

The Lord has blessed Youth Horizons in the past with a wonderful staff. He has recently called many of those staff members to new things. As a result, nearly all of the staff at Youth Horizons is new. We will be introducing one of our new staff members to you each month, starting with Stacie...