Leaders work together to build the Rally cube, a reminder of all the ways Rally seeks to build connection with kids and their families.
Leaders come together and build relationships with other leaders on Rally training days.
I loved hearing how three churches are reaching into their communities with the gospel through Rally.
The Southland regional Rally training event happened last weekend in Invercargill.
Tony Foster mentioned that he was super encouraged by the teenage Rally leaders Ben and Isabella Winder from Rosedale Bible Chapel. Well done!
I am grateful for Hannah Winder and her leading the girls' Rally at Rosedale. A big thanks to Tui and Roger who run the boys' Rally at Rosedale.
It is super encouraging that Edendale, a church in a town of approximately 600 people, is connecting with 50 children and their families through Rally.
Shona Lamont from Edendale Christian Fellowship recounted to Tony Foster that the church runs an annual camp and contributes financially to see a good number of the Rally children and teenagers attend. A huge thank you to Shona and her team for all you are doing. So good!
Leaders learn some new ideas in a hands on way. Developing leadership and communication through games are part of every Rally night.
By Mark Grace, CCCNZ Ambassador