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Young Life College

The Opportunity 2019 Operating Budget: $20,400 Salary/Benefits Program Expenses Training

$ 12,400 $ 5,800 $ 2,200

Give Online:

• Go to https://tinyurl.com/TeamsupportTimYLC – Choose monthly gift: (ie. $50, $100, or $250) – In Sponsoring, type: Tim Rohan

University of Colorado Boulder

Mail:

Giving Plan # of Partners (A)

Amount per Month (B)

Annual Total (C)

1

$250

$3,000

4

$100

$4,800

6

$75

$5,400

8

$50

$4,800

8

$25

$2,400

TOTAL:

Ways to Give

$20,400 Young Life is committed to financial stewardship and accountability.

Personal checks should be made out to Young Life (CO210-Tim Rohan in memo line) and sent to the address below. Tim Rohan Young Life College at the Univ. of Co. 1137 Petras Street Erie, CO 80516-2946

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.

Tim Rohan 352-267-3310 Cell timborohan15@gmail.com

Tim Rohan


Introducing college students to Jesus and helping them grow in their faith. What is Young Life College … CU Boulder continues the mission of Young Life to introduce young adults to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith. We do this through people — dedicated to reaching, building, and launching students into a life following Jesus. We reach students through: • Weekly outreach gatherings called “club.” • Peer to Peer relationships called “contact work.” • Social gatherings that invite fun and shared adventure. We build students’ faith through: • The invitation to experience Jesus and the mission of God. • Shepherding/discipleship. • Community in large and small groups. • Weekend retreats and camps.

We launch students through: • Young Life College Leader Training. • Participation in student leadership teams. • Serving on student staff. • Service opportunities in SD area Young Life, the local church, and in the community.

Vision and Goals for Impact Young Life College at the University of Colorado Boulder is an encouraging place to start my personal ministry with Young Life. Here Young Life College is focused on the relationship with the student; more clearly, a ministry who desires to be in community, share experiences, and to be available for our college friends as they grow as adults. Goals: 1. We will have “club” once a week. Between 50-100 college students will gather to hang out, eat, play games and hear the gospel. This will be an inviting environment for Christian and non-Christian students. 2. Utilizing volunteer adult leaders, Young Life College will have Life Groups of 10-12 students whose focus is developing a rich sense of community and growing in a relationship with Jesus. We add at least three new groups every year.

3. Every year we will host a summer international trip, workweek at a Young Life camp, spring break trip and other weekend trips to foster community and focus on discipleship. 4. In a year, I’ll have completed all the necessary Young Life training and transition into a full-time staff with Young Life College.

My Story ...

I didn’t believe there was a God at first. Growing up I had been around the church, but did not truly know God or, for that matter, believe in Him. In high school, my parents divorced; the divorce stirred bitterness and brokenness in my heart. I entered college with the desire to cope with my broken heart. I chose a ‘college’ lifestyle: a lifestyle of drinking, drugs, relationships with girls, and partying, all in order to separate myself from what I was feelingloneliness. Through my coping, I accumulated shame and guilt. In the depths of my heart, I longed for change. With the start of my second year of college, new hope came by invitation; my cousin Danny invited me to my first Young Life event. Danny and I hung out with a bunch of dudes from

Young Life and I knew, from being around these guys, that they were different. Not two months later, I was at my first Young Life College Weekend Trip, where I met Jesus and I heard about this friendship he wanted with me. From then after, I became interested in learning more about this guy named Jesus. The rest of my time in college at the University of Florida, I was a volunteer high school Young Life Leader. After college, I followed God out to Boulder, Colorado where I worked as a Civil Engineer in Boulder and a volunteer college Young Life Leader. In my second year as an Engineer, Jesus invited me into part-time Young Life Ministry. Now, I am on College Young Life Staff in Colorado, becoming the invitation that Danny was for me: the invitation to life and life with Him.

“But I do not account my life of any value nor as precious to myself, if only I may finish my course and the ministry that I received from Jesus, to testify to the gospel, [the life and love] of the grace of God.” — Acts 20:24

Young Life Ministry at CU Boulder Boulder is a college town that is currently doing ministry in Fairview High School, Platt Middle School, Southern Hills Middle School, and the University of Colorado Boulder. Young Life Boulder currently has three people on full-time staff and 30 volunteer leaders. Young Life College has maintained a presence on campus the last 6 years through contact work, hosting club events, life groups, and summer camping trips. Presentday, Young Life College has maintained the same presence but now includes international trips, spring break trips, and community outreach events as an effort to share experiences and live life succinctly with our college friends. Our goal as an area is to continue growing in the local middle school and high schools where Young Life is not yet present and to expand the ministry at CU Boulder.


Introducing college students to Jesus and helping them grow in their faith. What is Young Life College … CU Boulder continues the mission of Young Life to introduce young adults to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith. We do this through people — dedicated to reaching, building, and launching students into a life following Jesus. We reach students through: • Weekly outreach gatherings called “club.” • Peer to Peer relationships called “contact work.” • Social gatherings that invite fun and shared adventure. We build students’ faith through: • The invitation to experience Jesus and the mission of God. • Shepherding/discipleship. • Community in large and small groups. • Weekend retreats and camps.

We launch students through: • Young Life College Leader Training. • Participation in student leadership teams. • Serving on student staff. • Service opportunities in SD area Young Life, the local church, and in the community.

Vision and Goals for Impact Young Life College at the University of Colorado Boulder is an encouraging place to start my personal ministry with Young Life. Here Young Life College is focused on the relationship with the student; more clearly, a ministry who desires to be in community, share experiences, and to be available for our college friends as they grow as adults. Goals: 1. We will have “club” once a week. Between 50-100 college students will gather to hang out, eat, play games and hear the gospel. This will be an inviting environment for Christian and non-Christian students. 2. Utilizing volunteer adult leaders, Young Life College will have Life Groups of 10-12 students whose focus is developing a rich sense of community and growing in a relationship with Jesus. We add at least three new groups every year.

3. Every year we will host a summer international trip, workweek at a Young Life camp, spring break trip and other weekend trips to foster community and focus on discipleship. 4. In a year, I’ll have completed all the necessary Young Life training and transition into a full-time staff with Young Life College.

My Story ...

I didn’t believe there was a God at first. Growing up I had been around the church, but did not truly know God or, for that matter, believe in Him. In high school, my parents divorced; the divorce stirred bitterness and brokenness in my heart. I entered college with the desire to cope with my broken heart. I chose a ‘college’ lifestyle: a lifestyle of drinking, drugs, relationships with girls, and partying, all in order to separate myself from what I was feelingloneliness. Through my coping, I accumulated shame and guilt. In the depths of my heart, I longed for change. With the start of my second year of college, new hope came by invitation; my cousin Danny invited me to my first Young Life event. Danny and I hung out with a bunch of dudes from

Young Life and I knew, from being around these guys, that they were different. Not two months later, I was at my first Young Life College Weekend Trip, where I met Jesus and I heard about this friendship he wanted with me. From then after, I became interested in learning more about this guy named Jesus. The rest of my time in college at the University of Florida, I was a volunteer high school Young Life Leader. After college, I followed God out to Boulder, Colorado where I worked as a Civil Engineer in Boulder and a volunteer college Young Life Leader. In my second year as an Engineer, Jesus invited me into part-time Young Life Ministry. Now, I am on College Young Life Staff in Colorado, becoming the invitation that Danny was for me: the invitation to life and life with Him.

“But I do not account my life of any value nor as precious to myself, if only I may finish my course and the ministry that I received from Jesus, to testify to the gospel, [the life and love] of the grace of God.” — Acts 20:24

Young Life Ministry at CU Boulder Boulder is a college town that is currently doing ministry in Fairview High School, Platt Middle School, Southern Hills Middle School, and the University of Colorado Boulder. Young Life Boulder currently has three people on full-time staff and 30 volunteer leaders. Young Life College has maintained a presence on campus the last 6 years through contact work, hosting club events, life groups, and summer camping trips. Presentday, Young Life College has maintained the same presence but now includes international trips, spring break trips, and community outreach events as an effort to share experiences and live life succinctly with our college friends. Our goal as an area is to continue growing in the local middle school and high schools where Young Life is not yet present and to expand the ministry at CU Boulder.


Young Life College

The Opportunity 2019 Operating Budget: $20,400 Salary/Benefits Program Expenses Training

$ 12,400 $ 5,800 $ 2,200

Give Online:

• Go to https://tinyurl.com/TeamsupportTimYLC – Choose monthly gift: (ie. $50, $100, or $250) – In Sponsoring, type: Tim Rohan

University of Colorado Boulder

Mail:

Giving Plan # of Partners (A)

Amount per Month (B)

Annual Total (C)

1

$250

$3,000

4

$100

$4,800

6

$75

$5,400

8

$50

$4,800

8

$25

$2,400

TOTAL:

Ways to Give

$20,400 Young Life is committed to financial stewardship and accountability.

Personal checks should be made out to Young Life (CO210-Tim Rohan in memo line) and sent to the address below. Tim Rohan Young Life College at the Univ. of Co. 1137 Petras Street Erie, CO 80516-2946

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.

Tim Rohan 352-267-3310 Cell timborohan15@gmail.com

Tim Rohan

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