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Sixty youth recently served the Marshall community through STORM Camp, which stands for “Service to Others in Relational Ministry.” Through STORM Camp, now 25 years old, youth spend a week completing service projects in the community and worshiping each morning and evening. “The main thing is that they get the idea that to follow Jesus is to give yourself in service to other people—putting Matthew 25 into practice,” said Rev. David Brown, who started STORM Camp. “We are building relationships with the community in a way that is helping those individuals and making their lives better.”
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