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Helping Those Affected By Hurricane Harvey

Some Key West residents that evacuated will start to had back home this week. There's still no power, clean water or cell phone service in most areas of The Keys. Let's support our Key West family!

You can give through Glad Tidings Church, The United Methodist Committee On Relief, Trinity Presbyterian Church of Key West or Florida Baptist Disaster Relief to help struggling families.

The National Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 provides immediate crisis counseling to Florida residents needing support in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. If you live in South florida and suffered loss in your home, you can apply for assistance at

Text GIVEHOPE to 50555 to donate $25 to Convoy of Hope's relief efforts in the Floriday Keys and the gulf coast of Texas. 


Day of Caring

Event Date: 
09/29/2017 - 10:00am
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Event Date: 
09/06/2017 (All day)

AWANA is a fun, Bible-based program that focuses on developing spiritually strong children of faith. Our AWANA ministry is led by a dedicated team of adults and teens who love serving kids and God.

Cubbies (ages 3-4, Limited Enrollment)

Sparks (K-2 grade)

T&T (3rd-6th grades)

NEW Trek 7th & 8th grade students can now continue their Awana training on Awana night. Trek will have book, council time and will listen to Sparks at handbook time.

High School students can get involved in ministry and mentoring through our LIT (Leaders in Training) program on Wednesday nights.

AWANA meets on Wednesday night from 6:30-8:15 at the Lolo Community Church.

AWANA begins September 6, 2017

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Dan Young on Why Vulnerability Matters (5 Parts) |  | SOS Radio







Vulnerability is the currency of human connection. Without the ability to open up to another human being, we miss out on most of what life is all about. We also lose the ability to really share the gospel... after all, we can't share the story of how Jesus transformed us if we aren't honest about the brokenness in us that needed a Savior.

Here's the exciting news: as Christians, we have every reason to be courageously vulnerable!

In this 5-part series, Dan Young identifies the reasons we fear vulnerability, the ways we run from it, and how to drop those fears and grow into our new ability to open up.


Ms. Catapat's Creative Seating Project at Somerset Academy |  | SOS Radio







Here's today's project: Ms. Honeylette Catapat from Somerset Academy's Stephanie Campus has a project to give her students flexible seating choices in class to spark creativity & responsibiity.

Post about Trunk or Treat or Harvest FestivalIs your church or school planning a community event for the Fall? We'd love to help you get the word out about it! 

The Fall Season is a great time to connect with your neighbors in the community. Post your Trunk-or-Treats and Harvest Festivals here on SOS Radio's Community Calendar. 

Be sure to choose the category, "Holiday," when entering the info about your event!

To get started, click here!

Mrs. Ferry's STEM Technology Project for Special Ed Students |  | SOS Radio







Here's today's project: Mrs. Ferry at New Bridge Elementary in Ogden, UT wants to build STEM technology into her special education classroom.

Ms Ursini Colorado River Water Project for Students







Ms. Jennier Ursini from Diamondback Elementary School in Bullhead City is doing a science project to teach her kids about the importance of the Colorado River. (It runs right through their community)

Ms Ursini's project will give a hands on opportunity to see the life cycle of water and how it affects the Bulhead City area directly.


Event Date: 
09/20/2017 - 6:30pm
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Event Date: 
11/16/2017 - 7:30am

The 2017 Mayors Prayer Breakfast, a community-building event, encourages unity, diversity and the development of leadership skills for Las Vegas youth, and will take place at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 at Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel. The event includes mayors reading ecumenical prayers, an interfaith candle lighting ceremony and a keynote speech. Following the breakfast, more than 400 students and representatives from 40 high schools across the city will have the opportunity to ask questions of local mayors.

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