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Weekly Youth Update: 1/26-2/1

This past Saturday, the Homeland Park youth attended the Clemson-Wake Forest basketball game. We were able to do some tailgating before the game. Once in the game, the students had an awesome time enjoying the sights and sounds and hanging out with one another. What’s amazing about an event like this is how God uses something as a basketball game to deepen relationships between students and between the leaders and the students! Below are some highlight pictures, including a picture with some of the students with the Tiger and a group photo from after the game.

This upcoming week features our weekly Wednesday night Bible study from 6:30-7:30 in the Family Life Center. The gym doors will open at 6:00 for anyone wanting to hang out before we move up to the Loft at 6:30. We will be continuing our study through the Parables of Jesus and we hope that you invite family and friends to join for an amazing time together!

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