Mentoring with Save Our Youth:
Need for Mentors:
There are 20+ children and teens on the waiting list to be mentored. If you have a heart to see a young Life Transformed and interested in this ministry, please talk to Pastor Joseph. He will send you to some special training and assign you to a young refugee who is eager for direction. Please pray about this opportunity to see if the Lord is calling you to this very special ministry.
Transforming the lives of at-risk youth through mentor relationships, providing the skills for success in educational, emotional, spiritual development.
- Educational Development—Improve youth’s connection and commitment to school.
- Emotional Development—Improve youth’s connection and commitment to their mentor, other adults, and their peers.
- Spiritual Development—Improve youth’s connection and commitment to community by “wrapping” them.
Youth & Young Adults
Meet Nathan Schwarz, Y.Y.A Coordinator
Nathan is a Colorado Native who has traveled 9 months for missionary work. A Young man with a big heart for the least of these. His unique background of having Somali siblings makes him a leader with first-hand experience.
Nathan is, currently, a student at Colorado Christian University (CCU). Nathan is leading the effort to reach out to the American Youth, students in particular. The desire is to bring together the Born-American and the Newcomers, offering them a unique opportunity for mutual learning and exchange.
In his role as Coordinator, Nathan facilitates the weekly Refugee Youth & Young-adults recreational activities, coordinates the work of the YYA volunteers, the YYA involvement in The Sojourners Christ’s Church and makes sure all the Ministry logistical needs are met.
If interested in joining the YYA team, please, contact Nathan via Phone: (719) 244-2339 or Email: email@example.com or Pastor Joseph via Phone: (303) 847-3247 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.