CHRISTIAN TEAM MINISTRIES INC
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Issues: Children & Youth, Religion, Sports
Location: 1025 Grange Road Meadow Vista CA 95722 USA
Christian Team Ministries conducts a year-round youth athletic ministry program, involving tournaments, camps, & competitions. CTM also involves 8 volunteer members in a coaching ministry with club, high school and college athletic teams. The organization also maintains a year-round, youth division Track & Field club program consisting of approximately 90 members, learning the specialty events, such as the Pole Vault. No fees were charged; however donations were accepted to cover the costs
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Since 1984 I have served as a Board Member for Christian Team Ministries, as well as the Executive Minister. God is using CTM mightily these days, and it's exciting just keeping up with all the places and areas that God is at work. Each year we take high school, collegiate, and adult teams on our Short-Term Ministry Trips to the Philippines to work with Pastor Renato Bravo, and our other our Indigenous CTM Missionaries. CTM volunteers are also involved in unique ministries within their own communities. I personally have enjoyed immensely the privilege of introducing hundreds of people to the Lord Jesus through CTM's many ministry opportunities, especially by (1) being a part of CTM's Coaching ministries in high schools and colleges, (2) putting on athletic camps and sports ministry training seminars, both locally and cross-culturally. and (3) directing CTM's Pole Vault Training Center. I highly recommend CTM a valuable ministry worthy of your support. Your investment of time, talent, ant treasure will change lives for Eternity.
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