This week, we continue our celebration of Tony’s 84th birthday!
Over the years, Tony’s vision, passion, and witness have touched many lives.. in many different places. And today, because of your support, the Campolo Scholars are having an ever-broadening impact as well!
God is using these young leaders in unique ways. Take a moment to read and enjoy these highlights:
This is precisely why the 84 for 84 Campaign is so vital.
Will Abbott spent the summer serving with his church at an orphanage in Mexico. Twice a week, he leads Bible studies with teens at Valley Forge Military Academy and Westmont School.
Brittney Daniel is the first Campolo Scholar to graduate from Eastern University. She is in the first of three years in a Master of Divinity program and believes she is being called to return to the greater Philadelphia area to serve in church ministry upon graduation.
Emily Pastin leads various programs and ministries of the Salvation Army on local, national, and international levels. She is passionate about sharing Jesus with children and teens through the performing arts and plans to continue this ministry after graduation.
Michelle Miles and Jon Galdames-Henry are engaged to be married! Both feel called to serve the greater Philadelphia area. Upon graduation, Michelle plans to work in the social services, and Jon hopes to serve a faith-based non-profit that partners with the marginalized.
Berdy JeanMary, from Haiti, is our newest Campolo Scholar. He is determined to grow in his understanding of business practices and return to Haiti and promote social change through the church. He already has opened an orphanage for children in Haiti.
God is at work in the ministries of each one of these Campolo Scholars. And YOU can make a difference too.
With gratitude and hope,