January 6, 2007


Posted in christian tennis, Christian Tennis Academy, Christian Tennis Mission Trips, Christian Tennis Player, Fellowship, melody snelen, Parent Coach Relationship, rachel snelen, Scott Paschal Tennis, Teamwork at 3:40 pm by Scott Paschal

Hello there! This is Scott Paschal.

The International Christian Tennis Association’s Spring 2007 Semester is kicking off with a bang as we head to Orlando, Florida to attend Clarity, a Christian youth conference from Student Life.

The focus of Clarity is to make God’s Word more clear. Our students will be challenged to let God’s Word become a more real and useful part of their lives… help them know what they believe.

I’m excited to attend Clairity. David Nasser, a speaker for the event, mentioned it to me when we were in Gatlinburg last week. This is a tremendous way to begin a semester with a Christ- centered focus.

I’d like to ask you something… what is your child doing that is Christ-centered on MLK weekend at his or her tennis academy? Even more than that, is there anything Christ-centered at any time where your kids are being raised at their tennis academy?

If not, you are invited to contact me at any time to discuss your child attending an ICTA Mission Trip or a Youth Conference or Discipleship Training or a Christian Concert, or even training for a week or longer in our Christ-centered environment.


Student Life

Here’s the schedule:

Orlando, FL – Jan. 13 – 15

Day 1:

12:00 – 2:00 PM Registration at First Baptist Church
2:00 PM Session 1 – David Nasser & Kristian Stanfill
4:00 PM Dismiss
5:00 PM Youth Worker Training Session
7:00 PM Session 2 – David Platt & Kristian Stanfill
8:30 PM Casting Crowns in Concert
10:00 PM Dismiss

Day 2:

8:00 PM Session 3 – David Platt & Kristian Stanfill
10:00 PM Leeland in Concert
10:45 PM Dismiss

Day 3:

8:00 – 9:00 AM Check-Out of Hotels
9:00 AM Session 4 – David Platt & Kristian Stanfill
11:00 AM Dismiss

Here’s the Theme to Clarity from their web site…

Clarity is…

An experience in God’s Word.

It’s that simple and that essential.

We are being faced with generations increasingly less familiar with the living and active Word of God. This problem is vital for us today.

“How, then, can they call on the One they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the One of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them?” How will they know?

Clarity is not a solution, but a challenge to you, your workers and your students.

A challenge to develop a passion for God’s Word.

A challenge to understand and engage the Bible as the complete story of God’s redemptive plan.

A challenge to live out daily the mission for your life presented in God’s Word.

You will hear God’s Word.
You will see God’s Word.
You will sing God’s Word.
You will speak God’s Word.
You will experience God’s Word.

And the Word will bring Clarity to your life.


1 Comment »

  1. Melina said,

    very interesting. i’m adding in RSS Reader

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