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I don't understand.  If one is far more likely to come to Christ between the ages of 4 and 14, then why are less than 10% of the resources in missions used to reach children and youth?  I'm with my friend and co-worker Ralf Stores who says concerning these kids..."We've got to reach them!"

Click here to learn more about TWR's Work in Nepal and about Awana International

(Photo of Ralf Stores, TWR's U.S. Director of Media Development and Services)