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It is hard to believe that this is my 18th year serving as the Gym-Masters coach . What a privilege to have trained and mentored so many Southern acrobats!
One of my dreams when I started coaching at Southern was to have the team participate in mission trips. What began as a prayer request quickly turned into an answered prayer.
Over the past 17 years, we have spent 13 spring breaks working and performing for God. We have seen how God can use more than 40 young acrobats to touch so many lives.
I invite you to join hands with our current Gym-Masters team and show your support of our program by making a gift to support our Gym-Master mission trips. Every gift, big or small, makes a difference and brings us closer to reaching our goal
Gym-Masters have an opportunity this spring break (March 2-11, 2018) to return to the DR for a fifth time. The team will focus on transforming the existing shell of a building into a school. Our goal is to finish the first floor of the building. The rough estimate for materials is around $50,000. That is a lot of money to raise—more than I have ever attempted—but with God, all things are possible!
Whatever amount we raise will help support Gym-Master mission projects!
All gifts are tax deductible and nonrefundable. Southern Adventist University accepts contributions, whether by gift, device, or bequest, consistent with its general tax-exempt purposes. These contributions may be given directly to any official university organization or activity. However, they may not be directed for an individual employee or student use.
Contributions made for an intended purpose, such as a mission or service trip, will be used as specified. However, all contributions shall become the sole property of Southern Adventist University and are non-refundable under all circumstances. As such, the university reserves the right, in the event that the intended purpose is delayed or cancelled, to use the contributions as it may deem best in its sole and complete discretion so as to ensure that the funds will be used consistent with the tax-exempt purposes of the university.