CRUSH Servant Leadership

CRUSH is a servant leadership program purposed to raise young future servant leaders from multi-ethnic and international heritages in the community. It connects young people groups to established community leaders, fellowship and workshop opportunities, various community services, music & art fest, retreat, and other events to equip and coach them as vital community servant leaders in the future.

 

About 7 months ago, we had the first CRUSH Luncheon with about 60 established community leaders and young future servant leaders. Everyone enjoyed the fellowship, hearing Mayor Hallman's message, young leaders' testimonials, and sharing heart and mind with other leaders.

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The second CRUSH luncheon was aimed to strengthen the relationships formed in the first meeting and also set an plan for action for various activities to be conducted within this program. During the luncheon Mayor Hugh Hallman and Dr. Gary Kinnaman shared their heart and lessons they learnt working for the community. Pastor Sanghoon Yoo presented the future plan and the CRUSH program. In addition, we has stories of life experiences shared by two young women and their experience working in a multi-cultural environment.

 

The third CRUSH meeting was held on Saturday evening, March 12th, 2011. This meeting was geared to an informal gathering to build deeper bonds between eastablished commuity leaders and young servant leaders. About 80 community leaders and young future leaders gathered for a time of fun and fellowship, starting with dinner and followed by multi-cultural performances and DJ'ing. There was time for people to get together and learn from each others experience of working in multi-cultural setting.

 

On June 24 2011, TFC organized a dinner fellowship for the young people in the community to come together and brain-storm on ideas for how to mobilize people from the community to become servant leaders and serve others. To facilitate discussion, Open Space Technology format was used and this resulted in a great and stimulating exchange of ideas.

 

My Fest (March 24, 2013)

 

MY LIFE (Magellan Youth Leaders Inspiring Future Empowerment) held its yearly event, called My Fest, featuring live music, performances, art, games and a variety of organizations offering inspiration, resources and services. MY LIFE is aimed at raising awareness about issues related mental health, substance abuse and foster care that youth and young adults face. TFC has been wrking with My Life for a year and a half now and attends its meetings regularly. TFC was part of this event, organized various events such as face painting, voluntary service and performed a flah mob. Below are some pictures from this year's My Fest event:

 

  

 

  

 

  

 

 

 

 

CRUSH Servant Leadership Retreat (March 08 - 10, 2013)

 

The Faithful City organized a three-day interactive camp at Prescott from 3/8/2013 to 3/10/2013. The goal of building servant leaders for tomorrow was fructified in snowy conditions with various activities for the participants. Camaraderie, character building and teamwork among students, working professionals and friends were greatly nourished with several group activities. Pastor Michael Niva, Randy Helfrich (CEO of RDH Environmental) and Pastor Sanghoon Yoo gave transforming speeches on service, love and building relationships for growth of humanity. Lots of sports and games followed and all participants had a great time dancing, interacting and playing in snowy conditions. Below are some pictures from the retreat:

 

    

 

    

 

    

 

 

 

ACHS Block Party(April 13, 2012)

 

CRUSH launced its latest initiative at Arizona Collegiate High School (ACHS) on Friday Jan 13th, 2012. This initiative is aimed at involving the students into activities that will help build their identity as servant leaders. This program will involve the students in community service activities that will make them aware of how they can be a positive influence to the community around them. TFC will visit ACHS every two weeks with the next meeting on Jan 27th, 2012 to start interacting with the students there.

 

ACHS is organizing a Block Party in partnership with TFC in order to introduce the community to the programs at ACHS and raise funds for various community service activities performed by the students. This party is tentatively scheduled on April 13th.

 

 

 

CRUSH Luncheon (Nov 10, 2012)

 

The next CRUSH Luncheon meeting will be held on Nov 10, 2012 at the ASU Tempe campus. This time leaders from the community will share their heart and vision for the future. We have many great leaders who wil join the table discussion and fellowship to share their life with future young leaders to work together for a brighter future of this nation and the world.

 

The seats for this event are limited and through invitation. If you want to be a part of this event, please email Pastor Sanghoon Yoo (sanghoon.yoo@gmail.com) or call 480-703-6993.

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