YFC reaches young people everywhere, working together with the local church and other like-minded partners to raise up lifelong followers of Jesus who lead by their godliness in lifestyle, devotion to prayer and the Word of God, passion for sharing the love of Christ and commitment to social involvement.
Youth for Christ staff and volunteers are encouraged and trained to live a 3Story life: A way of life that guides followers of Christ to BE good news while telling stories of THE Good News. It is a way of seeing how the relationships we have with other people and God can be connected and grown. 3Story is not an evangelism tool or method, it is who we want to be and how we want to live. In YFC, 3Story is our living operating system. Our hope is that it becomes our DNA.For more information about 3Story, visit www.3story.org
We are blessed to have a dedicated staff passionate about serving our local youth. For general inquiries, please email us at email@example.com
Timothy Gray grew up in Upper Bucks county area. He holds a doctorate in Business Administration from George Fox University, a MA in Organizational Leadership from Regent University, a BA in Corporate Communications from Penn State University, a Diploma in Biblical Foundation from Jackson Hole Bible College and he is fully ordained as Reverend from the International Ministerial Fellowship. Before coming to YFCLV, he was school administrator/head of school at Quakertown Christian School for four years and served as a Pastor for ten years in Jackson Hole Wyoming.
Northeast Middle School Site Director
Hannah Bovard is the daughter of John and Joanie Bovard. Hannah attended Campus Life programs all through middle school and high school (and was known for the brownies she would bake for the weekly clubs!). After graduating from high school, Hannah continued volunteering with YFC all through her time at Northampton Community College and Moravian College, especially with the middle school program. Hannah felt that God was leading her to continue to work with young people in her future career, and as a result is now attending Lehigh University for her Master’s in School Counseling. Hannah currently works as a part-time staff and director of the Northeast Middle School Campus Life club.
Quakertown Site Director - Freefall
James Boyle is currently attending Delaware Valley University as an Accounting major. He graduated from Pennridge High School in 2020. James has been active in travel soccer, earned is Eagle Scout rank in BSA and was active in his church. He looks forward to working with the youth.
Quakertown Site Director- The Drop
Ashley Clouse attended Campus Life programs all through middle school and high school with the Mason-Dixon YFC chapter in Hanover, PA. She was a student at South Western High School. After graduating high school in 2013, Ashley attended Shippensburg University. She interned with Mason-Dixon YFC the summers of 2013-2016, specifically assisting with the middle school program. After graduating college in 2017, Ashley moved to the Lehigh Valley area. She married her husband, Zac, in 2018. Her daughter was born in 2020. She felt lead to get involved with YFC in the Lehigh Valley area, and starting the Quakertown Campus Life clubs.
Youth for Christ/USA has had a distinctive history of youth evangelism. In 1944 Billy Graham and Torrey Johnson held a Youth for Christ rally in Chicago. The ministry of YFC spread like wildfire across the USA. Today at thousands of community centers, high schools, middle schools, juvenile institutions, coffee shops, and local hangouts, YFC staff and volunteers meet with young people who need Jesus. For more about the national movement of Youth for Christ, visit www.yfc.org.
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