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The Young Adult Volunteer Program (YAV) provides an opportunity for young adults, age 18-30, to serve in communities of need for a year, practice simple living in intentional community, and participate in meaningful vocational discernment. The YAV program is open to any person of faith or good will who wants to partner with the Presbyterian Church to provide valuable community service and learn in a community of volunteers and experienced mentors.
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So what do I actually do? by Grace
SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015 Now that I have led several delegations, I’d like to explain what I actually do at BorderLinks. As many of you know, I lead college, graduate school, and church groups on immersive trips to the border to learn about immigration issues, history, and policy. I have worked with diverse groups from […]
Do Not Hesitate To Leave Your Old Ways Behind
Do Not Hesitate To Leave Your Old Ways Behind by GraceSome people spend Valentine’s Day kissing their boyfriends. Some spend the day bingeing on chocolates with their gal pals. I spent the day speaking about migrant justice at University Presbyterian Church in Tempe, Arizona. This church graciously invited the Tucson YAVs to be their weekend […]
Mid Year Update!
Hello Hola 안녕하세요 Greetings from the 2014/2015 Tucson Borderlands Young Adult Volunteers We are now halfway through our year of service and want to take a moment to thank you for your continued support. Here is a quick update on our year so far… Grace Dover Hometown: San Mateo, California Blog: http://www.intentionaltucson.blogspot.com/ […]
New blog/Blog Nuevo by James
Monday, January 19, 2015 Gracias por tu interes y apoyo en mi vida y trabajo con Frontera de Cristo en la frontera. Thank you for your interest and support in my life and work with Frontera de Cristo on the border. Puse algunos fotos de posadas y mi blog nuevo. I posted some photos from posadas and my […]
When Philanthropy Isn’t Enough
Feb. 17, 2015 Talking to my cousin, Lena on the phone today, we shared thoughts on whether service is doing more good for our own personal gain or the communities we are serving…..what are your thoughts? Originally posted on back to bagels: I started following Humans of New York sometime when I was in college. […]