The Faithbook

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FRIENDVENTORY: A lesson for all ages

One who has unreliable friends soon comes to ruin,
but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.

—Proverbs 18:24

Another great post from my mother-in-law on her after thoughts
from a recent youth conference she attended.


I went with my church, El Calvario in Ledbetter, along with our youth group to a Christian youth convention in Waco, TX called “Congreso” on 4/28 /2017-4/30/2017. It was held at the Ferrel Center at Baylor University.

We have been blessed to hear so many great speakers in the three days we were there, but on the final day, one of the speakers had the youth and a leader gather into small groups of 12 students and 1 leader. He had them sit all over the floor and balconies of the center. It was an amazing sight for me, so as usual I started taking pictures and video.

Now the speaker, which I believe was Mr. Larry Acosta, instructed and gave the questions to the leaders to discuss with the youth and the very last ones really caught my attention, that I stopped taking pictures and started taking notes. Now…

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