|A peek at the new look of the Eagles Wings website.|
I am also looking forward to one of my favorite off season tasks. I will soon begin working on the curriculum that we will use at our national chapel services throughout next year. There is a hope to be able to connect this to all of our local chapels as well. We have talked about many exciting possibilities to keep disc golfers connected to each other as well as to stay connected to God.
|One of our Junior Grant winners, Silas, hanging out with Jim.|
On of the more interesting programs that I was able to help with this past year was our Junior Grant Program. Through this we were able to cover the entry fee of four deserving Junior Disc Golfers to the PDGA Junior Disc Golf World Championships. We found four amazing Junior disc golfers who have been working hard to help improve their local communities. Moving into the new year, I will once again be working on this program. This year we hope to be able to expand this program to reward even more deserving junior disc golfers.
In addition to all these wonderful national programs that I get to help out with, I am also beginning to make plans for the Eagles Wings program here in Colorado. We had a great start this past year with a chapel service at the Rocky Mountain Disc Golf Championships as well as other smaller chapels at some local events. While I am not yet sure what time might allow me to do next year, there are hopes to run more than just chapel services here in Colorado.
As the possibility for ministry increases locally and nationally, I am always looking for people to partner with me. If you would like to know how you can support my local and national work with Eagles Wings Disc Golf, I would be glad to speak with you. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.