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New teen outreach at Cedar Rock Sportsplex


On August 8, Refuge Youth Network Michigan met for the first time at Cedar Rock Sportsplex, Cedar Springs. Each Tuesday from 6:00-8:30 p.m. area teens from 6th-12th grades are invited to participate in this community outreach.

This ministry was birthed by Pastor Keith Hemmila from Crossfire church and Pastor Randy DonGiovanni, president of RandyDon Ministries. The objective of this ministry is to partner with area church youth leaders and provide an evening where young people can hang out, eat together, have positive input from adult leaders, play games and enjoy wholesome activity. Small interest groups will be developed as the ministry expands. This is a great opportunity for area churches to come together in a neutral setting for young people to get acquainted with one another and to invite their friends. This ministry is designed to complement local churches in our area.

Each Tuesday the format for the evening will be as follows:

6:00 p.m. Eat dinner together. September menu includes: Sept. 5 Tacos; Sept. 12 Spaghetti; Sept. 19 Sloppy Joes; Sept. 26 Deluxe Chips & Cheese.

7:00 p.m. Pastor Randy DonGiovanni sharing biblical truth with practical application.

7:20 p.m. Small group interaction

7:35 p.m. Corporate and small group games, which include volleyball, soccer, flag football, table games and visiting with friends.

8:30 p.m. Night ends!

If you have questions or would like to know more about this outreach, please contact Pastor Keith or Pastor Randy.

Email Pastor Keith at keith@crossfire-ministires.org, or call him at 616-263-9070 (church) or 616-706-3250 (cell).

Email Pastor Randy at randy@randydon.org or call 616-299-3330 (cell).

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Former Islamic terrorist to speak

Kamal Saleem

Former radical Islamic terrorist Kamal Saleem, now a Christian minister, will be speaking at Crossfire Church, 4780 Cornfield Dr. N. E., Cedar Springs on Sunday night, August 27 at 6:00 p.m. A free will offering will be received at the end of his presentation for his ministry, koomeministries.org

He will also speak at “Refuge Youth Network, Michigan” at the Cedar Rock Sports plex at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 29. Food will be served from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Volleyball, soccer, flag football, and table games will be available from 7:45 pm–8:30 pm.

According to his biography, Kamal Saleem was born into a large Sunni Muslim family in the heart of the Middle East. Kamal was then recruited by the Muslim Brotherhood at an early age and completed his first mission in Israel at the age of seven.

Kamal was also recruited by the Palestinian Liberation Organization (The PLO) and other radical Muslim groups. The many years of his radical Islamist training resulted in Kamal mastering every form of divisive extremist tactics. Kamal left his family and home in the Middle East as a young man to enter his mission field: the United States. He brought with him a tremendous passion to convert as many Christians and Jews as possible for the glory of Allah. He implemented his plan, and worked effectively in what we now know as “Stealth” cultural Jihad (Al-Kitmen).

According to his bio, he became a Christian after experiencing the love and care of a Christian orthopedic surgeon and Christian physical therapist after a car crash. He is now an ambassador for Christ, and believes radical Islam is the most broadly disguised present danger to Christians, Jews and all non-Muslim people of the world. Kamal carries a message from God to awaken the Church through the truth, education, and relationship.

For more info, visit his website at www.koomeministries.com

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