A christian mentoring program

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English 
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2009 
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The purpose of the Butler mentoring program is to provide intervention for young
females so that they may discern their true identity, develop skills, ascertain a clearer picture of career goals and process their feelings so that they can cope with some of the concerns and problems that they face today: peer pressure, self esteem, dissatisfied school grades, fear of teen pregnancy, parental involvement and many others. It is the hope of the church that the Christian education provided will bring about a spiritual revolution among all of our youth where the forces of the secular world cannot penetrate. Until this happens we are committed to provide the extended educational resources that will help our youth in everyday living.
We know that childhood and adolescence are crucial stages in their development.
Some of our children are from healthy environments and don't experience conflicts as others, whose problems are severe enough to impede their development as well as their ability to find a place in society. We want all of our youth to experience a healthy, successful life so that they can achieve all of their potential. The lack of youth centers in the Williams bridge community is an attributing factor to our problem. Mentoring is the intervention initiative that was devised to implement for the girls of the Williams bridge community. 
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