Mission Impossible

So last Saturday night we had our Mission Impossible event. I had hoped to have just over 100 kids there. Last year we had 96, so I figured 110 would be awesome, especially since I lost a strong 8th grade class since then.
Turns out we had 129 kids. 47 of those were from our church. That means that we had 82 students who do not go to our church doing an event with us. It went amazingly well. We had one girl accept Jesus. I started going through the registration cards the other night to see just how many legitimate prospects we have and it looks like it will be at least 15 kids or so that don't go to church anywhere.
It proved to be a good event for us. Good times. JM

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