Indianapolis 500 Outreach
It’s time for our annual outreach at the Indianapolis 500 races. We are looking forward to the amazing time of ministry as God has already shown that He is doing something new and exciting this year. Remember that this outreach is open only to men, both young and old. We keep the site updated with more information as it changes:
Dates: May 22-24, 2015
Location: New Covenant Christian Life Center, 4201 West 30th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46222
Registration: The actual cost is $100 for the Early Bird until May 18th. Registration after May 18th will be $125. The registration for a dependent son will be $50. You can use our Paypal link by clicking here to make your payment for registration. Please make sure that you add your name and the following comment “Indy 500 Registration.” If you are making a payment for multiple people make sure that you list the names of each individual as well.
Application: Everyone must complete an Event Application. This application must be received prior to attending. You can find it by clicking this Application link.
Event Start Up: Check-In and registration will be from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm on May 22nd. For anyone need to check-in after 5:00 pm, please contact Wayne Sanders or Mike Sadler to make arrangements prior to coming. (Contact information is listed below)
We will have dinner at 5:30 pm to kick-off the weekend’s ministry activities
You are invited to make donations to support any of our Ministry outreaches by using our
Pay Pal account,
or send it to:
PO Box 2811
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74013
Hello mighty men of God
I read an article that I found on the internet from a Susan B. Bosak and through that I would just quote from her paper as she said:
What is Legacy?
“Legacy is about life and living. It’s about learning from the past, living in the present, and building for the future.
Where do you think it's best to plant a young tree: a clearing in an old-growth forest or an open field? Ecologists tell us that a young tree grows better when it's planted in an area with older trees. The reason, it seems, is that the roots of the young tree are able to follow the pathways created by former trees and implant themselves more deeply. Over time, the roots of many trees may actually graft themselves to one another, creating an intricate, interdependent foundation hidden under the ground. In this way, stronger trees share resources with weaker ones so that the whole forest becomes healthier. That's legacy: an interconnection across time, with a need for those who have come before us and a responsibility to those who come after us.”
NGL has left us at Common Ground Ministries with a Hugh legacy that has helped to equip men from all walks of life to grow healthy and strong in God. I have personally learned and benefited from years of experience that has been handed down from NGL training.
It is my desire to continue in the legacy that has been left to us through the ministry of Fred Bishop of No Greater Love ministries. Together we can make a difference for our future. Won’t you consider coming to the Indy 500 Race 2015 and help to make an impact in our nation?
We are limited in what we can do by ourselves. But with your help we can, and will continue in the legacy “learning from the past, living in the present, and building for the future.
Common Ground Ministries, Inc.