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Golf Marathon - September 19th!!!

August 2, 2011

Dear Family and Friends,

Greetings from Oceanside! I hope this letter finds you well and enjoying all the blessings God has for us in this beautiful world. Working for and serving the youth has always been a passion for Elysse and I, and now, young people need mentors, positive influences, and a solid rock to stand upon more than ever. As some of you know and some may be hearing for the first time, God has blessed me with the opportunity to serve as a staff member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) in San Diego County. We use sports as a medium to reach kids on campuses, in the community and through a week long summer camp at UCLA to learn about and accept Jesus into their lives. This ministry combines my passions, skills, and interests in youth, sports, learning, fellowship, teaching, and especially Jesus. Pretty exciting!

I’m writing to share my passion and joy in this ministry and also to allow you an opportunity to partner me in this new and exciting adventure:

• On September 19th, I will be participating in a Golf Marathon at Shadowridge Country Club in Vista.
• The goal of the day will be to play at least 100 holes of golf and am planning to raise at least $10,000 to help expand my opportunity to serve this ministry in San Diego.
• Would you consider being one of my sponsors by making a pledge per hole? If so, simply complete the pledge card that is enclosed and drop it in the mail.

Thank you for prayerfully taking the time to consider supporting me in the Golf Marathon. My goal is to not only provide an opportunity for every high school student in San Diego to know about Jesus, but for a revival to emerge and change the attitude and culture of our county. May God continue to bless you and your family.

 

Sincerely,

Matt Clinton
mclinton@fca.org
(619) 823-8793
Coastal Schools Area Representative – San Diego FCA


3 comments (Add your own)

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3. Jawad wrote:
If they're bringing 10-20 cars into a redanestiil area, causing traffic and parking problems absolutely. See, here's how rights work: your rights are yours to choose until they infringe on somebody else's rights then you have to compromise. Those people were creating traffic and parking problems in a redanestiil neighborhood on a weekly basis and had already had one of their visitors hit somebody else's car, they were blocking others' driveways and parking on lawns. Doesn't matter if you're meeting to study the bible, play poker, or have ****** you cause a nuisance, you're infringing on other peoples' right to the quiet enjoyment of their own property.The point of the permit, by the way, is that to get one requires filling out information about how many cars will be there, how often, is there adequate parking that doesn't infringe on others, etc. If your meeting (again, no matter what it is for) is causing a neighborhood problem, you're not going to get a permit.Oh, and liberal *** kicker: the constitution allows regulation of gathering, religious or political or otherwise. The county isn't telling them they can't do bible study, they're telling them they can't infringe on their neighbor's rights. It's especially ridiculous in this case, because the group was offered *free* space at the local country library, which has adequate parking and private meeting rooms, but they turned it down and instead infringed on their neighbors' rights.I live in that county the christian news sources have done a very poor and completely biased job of reporting facts, preferring instead to call it religious persecution. Ridiculous. The county has done the exact same thing for weekly poker games. It's not a first amendment issue.I'm also sure this pastor would be the first one to scream to the county if his neighbors started having nightly islamic prayer services at their home Peace.

Thu, August 30, 2012 @ 4:06 AM

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