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    • Our mission is to make room for Christ to make a lasting imprint on the hearts of young people. We do this by providing retreats for churches, partnering with churches to provide youth ministry programming, training, and staff, collaborative youth events, providing mission opportunities around the world and peer ministry opportunities with our Servant Leadership Team.

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    • Side by Side has been providing great youth ministry since 1998 and is constantly growing. We are always on the lookout for new ways to reach youth with the life giving message of Christ and are also looking for energetic, passionate adults with a heart for youth ministry. Contact us if you would like to bring good youth ministry to your church or if you are interested in making a difference in the lives of young people.

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    December 22, 2009

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    Nina Landon

    I think/agree that is absolutely Biblical that God made men and women in HIS image but gave each distinct strengths and differences. Being a woman who has been involved in church and Christian ministry for some time, I can attest to the fact that men and women have both had profound influence in my life. I believe that there are women out there that I have had influence with as well, and maybe some men too. I think that God has infinite wisdom and made each sex to work together and to be able to stand alone when necessary also. Praise God that we ARE different! Thank you for those scriptures today. Nina Landon

    Kris

    Thanks Nina so often people take offense when we point out that there are differences but I think they should be celebrated. I'm with you.

    Kris

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