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Did you know that over the past 9 years there have been more than 1500 articles published on The Young Life Leader Blog? The website has been visited over 6 million times. As it has grown, it's taken more and more time to manage- thousands of hours. This year, for the first time ever, we finally hired someone to serve part-time as a site administrator and we're so grateful for the help that Alexis Howard has been! We're also incredibly thankful for Sam Scott and his social media prowess! When The Young Life Leader Blog began in 2010, it was started on a website platform called "Blogger" that is now a digital-dinosaur and not very user-friendly. Over the Christmas break, we’d love to move it to a much easier-to-use Wordpress platform that is searchable and mobile-friendly. In order to fund our small part-time staff team and to upgrade the website, we need to raise $15,000. If The Young Life Leader Blog been a gift to you, would you consider giving a gift to help it continue to serve Young Life leaders everywhere? This is the first time we have ever asked for donations. If 600 leaders would each give $25, we could reach our goal today! Donate at Giving.YoungLife.org/DrewHill It will say "Andrew Hill/area number #1164 - Volunteer Leader Resourcing." Every single donation goes towards improving the site and to helping serve and resource Young Life leaders around the world! After doing Young Life for almost twenty-five years, I'm still excited to share the good news of Jesus with even more kids. So grateful to be in this with you! If you have any questions, don't hesitate to email me at YL1941 at gmail. I can't thank you enough...and I can't wait to get the website updated to make it easier for you to use! Drew

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First published on 12/3/2019


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