YoungLife a blessing to Davie students

Published 8:10 am Monday, October 23, 2023

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By Kat Woodruff-Carter

Enterprise Record Intern

Every Monday night from 7:30 to 8:45 at Whipporwill Road, high school students come to together to learn the Bible.

This is hosted by an organization called YoungLife.

On most Monday nights, there’s an event called Club. Each club has a theme. The leaders call it “Party with a purpose.” It’s filled with singing, dancing, games, and then a devotional.

Every other Monday, YoungLife members take part in “campaigners,” when they have a Bible study filled with questions and opportunities to receive answers.

“I thank God for Monday nights, every night,” said Ty Matthews.

For others like Ali Cranfill, this is an answered prayer. “I can vividly remember praying for a Godly community in my sophomore year of high school,” she said.

Her prayer was answered when she was asked to be a student leader as a Junior. She loves her leaders, Leigh Sherill, Emily Sigler, TJ Sigler, Eryn Smith, and Jeff Jones.

YoungLife is a great place for individuals to come discover and learn about God. If interested in coming to learn more about what they have to offer head over on a Monday night.

YoungLife meets every Monday at 7:27 p.m. and ends around 8:30. Meetings are at “The Farm,” at 261 Whippoorwill Road, Mocksville.

Kat Woodruff-Carter is a senior at Davie High, and intern at the Enterprise Record, and a proud member of Davie YoungLife.