Young Men of Valor & Young Women of Excellence

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State Tabernacle COGIC
Spirit Of Excellence Program
2009-2010
Spirit Of Excellence
2010
program
God’s mandate is that we “train up
a child in the way he should go”.
We are to teach God’s laws and
precepts to them. The Spirit of
Excellence Program brings together the ideals from the International Church of God in Christ’s
Young Women of Excellence and
Young Men of Valor. We will explore areas that will stimulate
changes in their spiritual and natural lives. It is our endeavor to
stimulate and promote growth in
areas of self-discipline, selfassurance, leadership. We will lay
the foundation to build the confidence needed in our youth to take
family, church, school, community,
and city to heights unknown.
Program Director
Minnie Bell
Young Men of Valor Coordinator
Elder William Greene
Julius Beckham Jr.
Young Women of Excellence Coordinator
Antoinette Mitchell - Morris
Teshiko Payton
Instructors
Elder Michael Payton
Mother Doris Russell
Missionary Rose Malone
State Tabernacle COGIC
234 Glenwood Ave
Buffalo, NY 14208
Pastor Elder Russell C. Bell
Church Phone: (716)886-3012
Fax: (716)884-3304
Chairperson—Sister Minnie Bell
Phone: (716)602-6464
Email: [email protected]
“In the Spirit of Excellence”
Young Men
of Valor
&
Young
Women of
Excellence
Spirit of Excellence Program
MISSION STATEMENT:
As adopted from YWE of Int’l COGIC
To encourage young people between the
ages of 9 -20 years of age to live life to its
fullest by; having good morals, budgeting
principles, social graces, preparatory college
skills, and the ability to make good choices
Age Divisions
9-12 Junior
13-20 Youth & Young Adult
Overview
.
Four Modules from the International handbook
will be covered.
GOALS:
 To teach the organizational structure of the
International Youth Department and the
functions of its auxiliaries.
 To provide instructional sessions that will
enrich spiritual growth and development.
 To provide steps with Scripture references
for personal salvation and soul-winning.
 To teach social graces
 To equip young people with skills necessary for college preparation.
 To prepare participants for the complete
world of corporate America.
 To provide tips to enrich the personal well
being of each participant, i.e. physical
makeover, self-esteem classes, etc.
 To teach appropriate conduct for various
situations.
 To develop leadership skills
 To teach each participant the value of
teamwork.
 To increase each participant’s level of
awareness about stewardship, professionalism, and etiquette.
 To develop a spirit of excellence about all
things and at all times.
 The Young Man/Lady and Him/Herself
Charlotte, NC
 The Young Man/Lady and God
 The Young Man/Lady and Others
 The Young Man/Lady and the Church
At the end of the scheduled training sessions a
graduation ceremony/banquet will be held
where the young men and young ladies will
display what they have learned. They are all
kings and Queens.
Victory Crown Winners (youths
bringing in the most sponsorships)
will be awarded a trip to AIM 2010
Trophies & prizes will be awarded in various
categories.
Proceeds will be used for program expense,
prizes and gifts for participants as well as
help toward trip to the International
Auxiliaries In Ministry (AIM) Conference and general support of the youth ministries at State Tabernacle.
Class schedules will be posted.
For application and guidelines see
Minnie Bell, Antoinette Mitchell-Morris
or Teshiko Payton.
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