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testimony night 3
celebrate hope 3
December 10, 2018 
(written by Angie Glasser, Office Manager)
More than 80 individuals attended the Worship & Testimony night last Friday night to “Celebrate Hope.” Here are just a few of the life-changing stories that were shared:
  • A student from Lincoln High went from full rebellion to fully following God. Their Collision group now meets three days a week. 
  • One student’s Discipleship Making Movement (DMM) at New Tech High School includes an Atheist, who has now come to know Jesus. 
  • One past student shared after a variety of devastating life events and contemplating suicide, that they are now fully loved, fully accepted and beloved to God. 
  • A ninth grader in Brandon mentioned that their student leader team has a goal to have 45 DMMs by the end of the school year and they are already at 20 at the end of one month. 
  • A past Washington student talked about being a good faker at school and church, but privately was doing drugs and was in a lot of pain. She started going to Collision because of the free food and eventually got in a DMM and encountered God and He changed her life. The love she felt through Collision was mind-blowing. 
  • A Collision student that grew up as a Hindu shared about God’s love. He shared his favorite verse from Psalms 119:9 and how he started reading the Bible. 
It truly was a celebration of what God is doing through Collision in the lives of youth throughout the Sioux Falls area. Thank you for investing in life-change as we continue to see students spreading hope with their peers.
  • We were honored to be a part of Lincoln High School Freshman Academy last week, recognizing student-leaders. 
  • Collision students from Washington High School made blankets for the Meldrum Park kids they served last summer. They will deliver them as gifts during the next couple weeks as expressions of God’s love.
In Christ, 
Angie Glasser and the Collision Staff
Prayer Requests: 
  • Pray that we can end the year strong financially. Please remember Collision in your year-end giving. Click here to give securely online.
  • Pray for the Washington High School students as they deliver the blankets in the next weeks, that they are able to make good connections with the kids they met this summer.  

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