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Lessons from Sally

October 20th, 2020|

By: Curt Williams, Founder & Executive Director We were told to expect a weak Category One storm, and that it was headed to New Orleans…then it was Biloxi, Pascagoula, the state line area, and Dauphin [...]

Who Are You More Like?

September 29th, 2020|

By: Curt Williams, Founder & Executive Director It was several years ago. I was reading the account in chapter 8 of the Gospel of John that recounts the time when the Pharisees, hoping to trap [...]

Coming Full Circle

September 17th, 2020|

By: Curt Williams, Founder & Executive Director Like many of you, I have spent time watching the rioting, looting, arson, and violence that is sweeping many cities with some seriously mixed emotions. On one hand, [...]

Recently Adopted Sons

August 4th, 2020|

By: Curt Williams, Founder & Executive Director As many of you may know, we do things a little differently here at Youth-Reach. We are not a boys’ home, a rehab, a detox center or a [...]

A Little Help for Our Bee Friends

August 4th, 2020|

The boys undertook an important part of beekeeping by working together to plant a group of plants known for their strong pollination, and that are also proven to attract bees. We are working to expand our beekeeping program to include multiple hives, and that involves much more than just setting a man-made hive in the yard and hoping. It means that you must acquire a queen for each hive.

The Impression of a Father

August 4th, 2020|

By: Curt Williams, Founder & Executive Director The word impression is defined as “a strong effect produced on the intellect, feelings, conscience, etc.; a mark or indentation produced by pressure.” It is undeniable and cannot [...]

The Long Goodbye

July 24th, 2020|

When President Ronald Reagan was facing a decline in both his physical and mental health, his devoted wife Nancy called the season “The long goodbye.” It is always painful to watch a loved one decline and face the winter of their life; right now, that season involves me, my older brother and my younger sister as we walk through these long days with my 90-year-old father.

Roughing It

July 10th, 2020|

Few experiences are as American as camping. People can take out an RV or stay in a log cabin, but nothing beats encountering the outdoors like setting up camp with tents and poles. Because of COVID-19, off-campus trips have been very limited. Luckily, Youth-Reach knows of a small campground that was only allowing one group to camp at a time.

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