Friday, August 20, 2010

A Ministry House to Reach Inner City Kids

Remember when you were young and you had a bad day? You couldn’t wait to get home and the safe confines of the four walls that surrounded you! That’s a feeling that we should all have, but Joe Eriquez of Heart for the City knows a lot of kids that never get to experience that feeling. That’s why he diligently sought a house that he could make safe for the youth in the Inner City of Glendale, Arizona. That’s why he now diligently seeks YOUR help in making that house all that it can be.

“We have a vision,” Joe explained, “where this house will not only be a center for socializing, but, and more importantly, a place where learning can take place. Our greatest need in this realm is computers. With an extensive computer lab we can help kids with their homework, and help them go online and search for Grants so they can realize their dream of getting a higher education. We can give them an opportunity to learn, and improve, their computer skills – - a marketable skill that is quickly becoming a requirement when seeking gainful employment.”

What he needs the most, however, is volunteers. People who will dedicate themselves to being trained to minister to young people and train them – - to be part of the 21st Century, to improve family life for their children, and to become part of the Kingdom of God! Don’t delay - -don’t even hesitate, contact Heart for the City to see how you can help make this truly a Ministry House!

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