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Champions and Women of Destiny Program

The Champions & Women of Destiny programs are a tool used to develop leaders among inner city high school youth, by aiding them in their personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Both Champions & the Women of Destiny program may be continued over two years and functions as a bi-monthly Bible study. Each participant makes a commitment in spiritual growth, family, academic/career, purity and leadership. The program consists of three quarters beginning in October and ending in April.

The Role of a Mentor

Mentors are critical in the student's completion of the program. One mentor is requested for each nominee (male mentor for Champion and female mentor for Women of Destiny) although a mentor may have multiple students if there are not enough adult volunteers to facilitate that ratio. The mentor and his/her mentee should meet at least once every two weeks. The mentor must grade each lesson and then turn in the results using the MaxPro link provided.

Qualifications of a Nominee

This program is designed for current KAA campers (although non-campers may also participate) who already display the following characteristics:

  • Students must be a Christian
  • Strong desire to grow in their faith
  • Committed to completing assignments on a timely basis
  • Willing to learn
  • Must have a Mentor for the program
  • Meet twice a month with their Mentor
  • Participate in Regional or National activities when able

The Champions/Women of Destiny Manual 3 R's

  • READ the Word (look up verses in response to the question)
  • REFLECT upon the Word (answer the question asked and write down thoughts you may have)
  • RESPOND to the Word (pray about how this applies as well as participate in activities that will cause this to be lived out)

In the spring, Kids Across America holds the Second Wind Conference that is available for all Champions/Women of Destiny participants who are current with their lessons, Higher Ground campers, and their mentors.

Any questions concerning the
CWOD Program, contact:

Robin Rankin

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