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The Twin Valley Alliance Youth Group met this past Saturday evening at the First Alliance Church in Harrisburg for a regional youth gathering along with different youth groups from various local churches. The Youth groups participated in a few games such as "Big wind blows and dictionary. The regional youth gathering had a special speaker Dr. Maurice Ray Irvin, who is an American Editor, and minister. Ordained to ministry Christian and Missionary Alliance, 1955 and named Alumnus of Year Nyack College, 1990. member of the board regents Oxford Graduate School, Dayton, Tennessee, since 1983. Member Evangelical Press Association. Dr. Irvin's topic that he choose for this event focused on Hebrews 12:1-3. The reading from Hebrews for that evening started with "Therefore since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witness and also on running the race. Dr. Irvin also talked about the dangers of pornography, drugs, alcohol, and gambling. The Youth groups then broke down into groups for snacks and a time of discussion. Some of the questions from that discussion included. What do you do to stay connected with Jesus, Where/Who does your strength continue to come from, What difficulties have you faced in the Christian Life? and What do you do that requires persistence? There was also a discussion on missions and also there was an update on a few missions that the Alliance Church is involved with. There was also a time of prayer for all those involved in mission work, prayer requests from the missions, and personal prayer requests and needs. Twin Valley Alliance would like to thank all the youth that came out to this event there was a full van load. Also, the Twin Valley Alliance church would like to thank Dr. Irvin and the First Alliance Church of Harrisburg for the invite and for their hospitality, and for everyone involved and our Ministry Youth Leaders" who volunteer their time to disciple and help our local youth.

The Twin Valley Alliance Church youth program is centered around teens understanding and growth in Jesus Christ. We understand the growing pains teens sometimes go through in figuring out life. At a teen's age, they are starting to take steps toward adulthood and at times it can be complicated. We desire to establish a safe place where they can build a stronger relationship with Jesus Christ as they continue their growth through life. Our youth program is geared toward grades 7-12 and we meet on a regular basis on Sunday nights at 6:00 pm. We also have special events throughout the year as well as a yearly winter retreat that is widely anticipated. Throughout the summer we often will partner with other churches in our community for special events as we believe in investing in the community around us. Everyone who is involved with TVAC Youth Ministry has submitted state and federal clearances in compliance with current Pennsylvania childcare laws and TVAC and The Youth Ministry policies are designed to make sure that your child is safe and well cared for. For more information Please Contact Twin Valley Alliance Church by clicking on CONNECT from our main menu or by phone at 717-647-2713 or check out our Facebook Page page by clicking the button below

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We had our Men & Women's breakfast this morning and everyone had a great time of fellowship, food, and a time of devotion. This morning's breakfast included biscuits with sausage gravy, eggs, home fries, and bacon. When we broke into groups the men focused on the Book of Ezekiel and men talked about Idols, what idols are and how we can make almost anything into an Idol when we put idols before our relationship and our walk with Jesus. The Women had a great testimony from one of their peers and had a great time of fellowship with each other. We were very blessed with 30 people in attendance today and we hope more people will come out and join us at our next Men & Women's breakfast. Twin Valley Alliance Church would like to thank everyone who came out, the people who made the food, and everyone in the background who helped to make this such a great event.

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