Love God. Love Students.
That’s our focus. It helps high school make more sense, and be more fun! Come connect and learn about Jesus.
Michael is from San Diego and has worked with students since 2007. He and his wife, Denise, have a two kids, a daughter, Emery, and a baby boy, Cason. They both have a sincere passion and heart for high schoolers and their families!
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San Francisco draws visitors and residents from all over the world to take in its beautiful architecture, incredible views, and diverse culture.
Mention "The City by the Bay" and people think of Fisherman’s Wharf, the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, and the 49ers football team. The romance that draws people to the city can turn into despair and pain for many. The homeless population grows daily, as outrageous housing costs box even middle class families out of the housing market. Thousands of people live a paycheck away from the streets as the elderly, immigrant families, and others strive to survive the economics of a city bent on gentrification and serving the elite few that can afford to live within her borders. Poverty, drugs, underemployment, literacy, AIDS, crime, and violence take a daily toll on the people of San Francisco.
Looking through Jesus’ eyes at the people and issues that make up San Francisco, there is great hope for the future of San Francisco and her people. Jesus is alive and well in the city! Both small and large organizations, church communities, and followers of Christ seek daily to alleviate the suffering and shine God’s light in very dark places. We’ll be working with City Serve Missions for this trip. Check out their website at csm.org for more info about who they are and what the week will look like.
• Each member of the team is expected to raise $600 for this trip. This can be a combination of personal funds (minimum $100) and fundraising.
• Space is limited to 27 students (Middle School and High School).
• Team Members must be at least 12 years old by October 1 to be considered for this trip.
• Registration due May 1. First team meeting on May 6 at 1pm.