ISI is for Iron Sharpens Iron, and the group is made up of teens from the area who have shown themselves to be respectful, reliable, and ready for discipleship. Last night, this group of teens put on a night to build awareness and raise money to help build homes for those affected by the Haiti earthquake.
The night was special to me for multiple reasons:
- Nothing pumps me up quite like teens seeking to be a part of God's global work. The night did exactly that. The teens chose the focus of the night and came up with a game plan on how to raise the money.
- Kory and Ali are two of NMC's own. They are being spiritual multipliers.
- To see where several of these ISI kids are at in their life journey as compared to a year ago is fantastic. They've had their bumps and bruises, but ultimately they are moving forward in their life decisions and pursuit of Christ.
- Kory and Ali were somewhat inspired by what our students have been doing at NMC. Geoff Cocanower (our Senior High Coordinator at NMC) was there last night, and I sent him a text stating, "You do realize this is another ripple of Kids In Need? I mean, it's much bigger than that, but if our NMC students only knew..."