May 2022 Newsletter

GIVING HONOR WHERE HONOR IS DUE.  Our sweet and beloved Sister Hilda Kyseth enters heaven’s gate.  She is now with her Lord and Savior, her son, Darin, and her precious husband, Dennis.  Dennis was the Executive Director of Greater Piedmont Teen Challenge for 20 years.  Ms. Hilda was a faithful partner in the ministry.  She was best know for being a prayer warrior.  She will be missed on this earth.

 

May 2022

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Grandover Golf Tournament Coming September 9, 2023

We are looking forward to another great event at our annual Grandover Golf Tournament.  It is scheduled for September 9th, 2023.  This is a great tournament each year.  Please mark us on your calendar.  More info will be posted as we get closer to the event.  If you don’t golf but know someone who does please share this information with them.  See you at the course!  

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December 2021 Newsletter

A New Way of Celebrating Christmas!

Christmas will be so much different this year for the men in this photo. Daily, I see men’s lives changed by the power of Christ. It reminds me of the Prodigal Son, from Luke 15:11-32. A story about a young man who left home to “sows his wild oats.” He left feeling on top of the world, with his inheritance in his pocket, and a fun life ahead of him. However, he received a rude awakening. The enemy still loves to lure young people with promises of a life of fun. However, that lifestyle never goes as planned. Life did not go as planned for our students pictured above, but thank God they found their way to Teen Challenge …Read More Below!

View the Greater Piedmont Teen Challenge Newsletter for December of 2021, there is also the option to download in PDF format.

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November 2021 Newsletter

FALL STAY AT HOME BANQUET NEWSLETTER

This Fall we are featuring David Sabra. This is the testimony of an extremely gifted, intelligent, and anointed young man who fell into a trap of addiction. If it can happen to David, it can happen to anyone. A young man who found himself with no hope, BUT GOD. Yes, like so many hundreds and hundreds of men, David found deliverance and freedom through Jesus Christ. Please sit down with a cup of tea and read David’s testimony. Rejoice with us for what God has done, and please send in a special banquet donation for the ministry that God has been using for almost fifty years to help set men free. Our funds have been low and we need your generous donations at this time of the year. God bless you. Now, here’s David! …Read More Below!

View the Greater Piedmont Teen Challenge Newsletter for November of 2021, there is also the option to download in PDF format.

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October 2021 Newsletter

My name is Aaron Landin and I am 32 years old. I was born in Redlands, CA. When I was two years old, my mom brought me to Asheboro, NC. That’s where I was raised. On Sundays we attended a southern Baptist Church that preached fire and brimstone. So, at a young age, I had the fear of the Lord in my heart, but no clue about God’s grace. From an early age I was rebellious and by age 15, I was already using and selling drugs. I fell in love with money and social acceptance, which led me to fighting, jail, and ultimately hurting my family. I was on a fast road to prison, but God had a different plan for my life …Read More Below!

View the Greater Piedmont Teen Challenge Newsletter for October of 2021, there is also the option to download in PDF format.

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