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GOALS •

Recruit, train, and place a team of 8-10 leaders at Quartz Hill High School.

Build relationships with 100 kids before the end of 2018 calendar year.

Establish a club of QHHS students in the spring of 2019.

Take 10 students, and four to five leaders to summer camp 2019.

Begin a discipleship group.

Fall 2019 — Kick off the school year with an established Young Life that has a weekly thriving club, and a growing Campaigners group.

Young Life

Antelope Valley

THE OPPORTUNITY

Operating Budget Area Staffing: Operation Expenses: Camp Scholarships: Training: Budget Total:

$ $ $ $ $

24,000 27,500 11,000 12,500 75,000

Personal Fundraising Goal # of Partners

Amount per Mo.

Give Online: • Go to giving.younglife.org/whitneyleeclark

By Mail:

Annual Total

1

$

500

$

6,000

2

$

200

$

4,800

6

$

100

$

7,200

5

$

50

$

3,000

10

$

25

$

3,000

$

24,000

TOTAL:

Ways to Give

Personal checks may be made out to Young Life, with "CA588 - Whitney Clark" on the memo line, and sent to: 43920 Bobby Jones Dr., #3 Lancaster, CA 93536

Young Life is a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) and has maintained that membership through a yearly review of its compliance with the ECFA’s standards.

Young Life was incorporated in 1941 by Jim Rayburn, a seminary student and part-time youth minister in Gainesville, Texas, who wanted to reach out to kids disinterested in church. Rayburn went where kids were and found creative ways to share the love of God with them. His methods continue to transform lives today.

Whitney Clark

43920 Bobby Jones Dr #3, Lancaster, CA 93536 661-609-2612 • whitneyleeclark@gmail.com

WHITNEY CLARK


"I will give them an undivided heart and put a new spirit in them; I will remove from them their heart of stone and give them a heart of flesh. Then they will follow my decrees and be careful to keep my laws. They will be my people and I will be their God." — Ezekiel 11:19-20

AREA OVERVIEW

WHITNEY’S STORY I grew up in Texas in a family that loved Jesus. One of my first memories is asking Jesus into my heart at the young age of 4. When I entered junior high, I quickly got involved in the youth group and spent a lot of time with my youth leaders. My passion to love God and love people grew out of these relationships. My youth staff at church loved me through several rough years, and I wanted to be able to love and encourage youth the same way I had experienced. When I was in high school, Young Life club was formed in our area. Although I wasn’t deeply involved, I remember attending clubs and having so much fun. In college I decided to pursue a degree in youth ministry. I found a church I loved and served in the youth group. After college, I got married and my husband and I had the great honor of leading the junior high ministry. Even after stepping out of that role, I still spent much of my free time hanging out with high school students, going to where they were, earning the right to be heard, and encouraging them to live and love like Jesus. God’s call for me to join Young Life staff at first seemed out of the blue, but was made clear very quickly. Now I have the opportunity to help start Young Life Antelope Valley! I’m so excited for the opportunity to love students and to see their lives changed as they meet Jesus.

The Antelope Valley is a community of over half a million people in northern Los Angeles County with 26,000 high school students attending 13 high schools, all of whom need Jesus. Young Life, a 75-year-old ministry that impacts over 2.4 million kids a year in more than 100 countries, does not currently have a presence in the Antelope Valley. It is our desire to bring the ministry of Young Life to the Antelope Valley to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and encourage them to grow in their faith. There is a great need to reach the students of this community, and Young Life can provide tools to help reach this mission field.


"I will give them an undivided heart and put a new spirit in them; I will remove from them their heart of stone and give them a heart of flesh. Then they will follow my decrees and be careful to keep my laws. They will be my people and I will be their God." — Ezekiel 11:19-20

AREA OVERVIEW

WHITNEY’S STORY I grew up in Texas in a family that loved Jesus. One of my first memories is asking Jesus into my heart at the young age of 4. When I entered junior high, I quickly got involved in the youth group and spent a lot of time with my youth leaders. My passion to love God and love people grew out of these relationships. My youth staff at church loved me through several rough years, and I wanted to be able to love and encourage youth the same way I had experienced. When I was in high school, Young Life club was formed in our area. Although I wasn’t deeply involved, I remember attending clubs and having so much fun. In college I decided to pursue a degree in youth ministry. I found a church I loved and served in the youth group. After college, I got married and my husband and I had the great honor of leading the junior high ministry. Even after stepping out of that role, I still spent much of my free time hanging out with high school students, going to where they were, earning the right to be heard, and encouraging them to live and love like Jesus. God’s call for me to join Young Life staff at first seemed out of the blue, but was made clear very quickly. Now I have the opportunity to help start Young Life Antelope Valley! I’m so excited for the opportunity to love students and to see their lives changed as they meet Jesus.

The Antelope Valley is a community of over half a million people in northern Los Angeles County with 26,000 high school students attending 13 high schools, all of whom need Jesus. Young Life, a 75-year-old ministry that impacts over 2.4 million kids a year in more than 100 countries, does not currently have a presence in the Antelope Valley. It is our desire to bring the ministry of Young Life to the Antelope Valley to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and encourage them to grow in their faith. There is a great need to reach the students of this community, and Young Life can provide tools to help reach this mission field.


GOALS •

Recruit, train, and place a team of 8-10 leaders at Quartz Hill High School.

Build relationships with 100 kids before the end of 2018 calendar year.

Establish a club of QHHS students in the spring of 2019.

Take 10 students, and four to five leaders to summer camp 2019.

Begin a discipleship group.

Fall 2019 — Kick off the school year with an established Young Life that has a weekly thriving club, and a growing Campaigners group.

Young Life

Antelope Valley

THE OPPORTUNITY

Operating Budget Area Staffing: Operation Expenses: Camp Scholarships: Training: Budget Total:

$ $ $ $ $

24,000 27,500 11,000 12,500 75,000

Personal Fundraising Goal # of Partners

Amount per Mo.

Give Online: • Go to giving.younglife.org/whitneyleeclark

By Mail:

Annual Total

1

$

500

$

6,000

2

$

200

$

4,800

6

$

100

$

7,200

5

$

50

$

3,000

10

$

25

$

3,000

$

24,000

TOTAL:

Ways to Give

Personal checks may be made out to Young Life, with "CA588 - Whitney Clark" on the memo line, and sent to: 43920 Bobby Jones Dr., #3 Lancaster, CA 93536

Young Life is a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) and has maintained that membership through a yearly review of its compliance with the ECFA’s standards.

Young Life was incorporated in 1941 by Jim Rayburn, a seminary student and part-time youth minister in Gainesville, Texas, who wanted to reach out to kids disinterested in church. Rayburn went where kids were and found creative ways to share the love of God with them. His methods continue to transform lives today.

Whitney Clark

43920 Bobby Jones Dr #3, Lancaster, CA 93536 661-609-2612 • whitneyleeclark@gmail.com

WHITNEY CLARK

Young Life Antelope Valley — Whitney Clark  
Young Life Antelope Valley — Whitney Clark  
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