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So, affectionately longing for you, we were well pleased to impart to you not only the gospel of God, but also our own lives, because you had become dear to us.
—1 Thessalonians 2:8 NKJV

For the Matt and Bev Hale (far right) and their living community residents, Jesus is central to reconciliation and relationship.


Disciple making is a vehicle to let young men know that they can, through a relationship with Jesus, have their lives rewritten.  That God can give them a second chance at living right, and doing the right thing. Through biblical manhood the next generation of men see what it means to be a father, husband, disciple maker and friend.


 

The 2014 AFAM conference theme was “Igniting a Movement of Disciple-Makers”; many of our student came back to campus doing just that!


AFAM Congress on Discipleship inspires and equips ethnic Navigator ministries.




The daughter of an African American father and Caucasian mother, Janeen has always found herself on some journey of identity and reconciliation.