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In Prince William County, there are many children that are food insecure. Food insecure is “the limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe food.” In Prince William County, over 19,000 elementary school children qualified for free or reduced-price school lunches. Although these children are provided meals during the week, some do not have access to food on the weekends. We want to ensure these children don’t have to worry where their next meal is coming from by providing children with weekend food bags.
Cutting EDGE Ministries is a multi-denominational ministry that works in the public schools to connect students with the gospel of Jesus Christ and a local church. EDGE clubs are formed by student leaders who commit to becoming campus missionaries through starting and EDGE Clubs on their campus and inviting their friends. Guest speakers, such as area youth pastors, are allowed to come in and share the gospel every month at the invitation of a student. Because of EDGE Clubs, students are given a chance each month to give their lives to Christ there in the public school.
Many youth pastors throughout Northern Virginia have embraced EDGE as a strategy that helps them go into the schools and make disciples that their church family can, in turn, help disciple. This ministry has helped grow youth groups and churches, as well as spread the gospel to students who would never have otherwise heard.
At Immanuel, both youth and Immanuel staff are involved with the EDGE Club at Colgan High-School. If you have youth that would like to hear more about EDGE club, please contact Jordan Weymouth at email@example.com
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