They came from 21 countries to gather with other Christian leaders for one purpose……to see the “C” lifted up in the YMCA! Set against the majestic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, over 160 representatives from YMCAs all around the world worshipped together, listened to stirring messages, shared their personal Y stories in small groups, and joined their hearts in prayer.
How Can a YMCA be Throughly “Christian” and Still Attract Business?
YMCAs across the Greater Houston area are gearing up to provide school supplies for children in our communities so they can start school with the tools to be successful. In its tenth year, Operation Backpack has a goal of collecting 75,000 backpacks this year to help children in the Houston area who couldn’t otherwise afford new school supplies.
Life is a journey! There are mountains of great excitement and valleys of deep disappointment. Working through the issues of life is not always easy. Members who visit our YMCAs everyday are walking through this journey of life -- some successfully, some not so successfully. What can we do to help them along the way?
After an extensive search and interview process, Rev. Stacey Buford has accepted an offer to become the next Chaplain of the YMCA of Middle Tennessee.