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Mr. Joe White

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March 05, 2013

The best gift you can give your future spouse is to come to your wedding day with a pure heart, conscience and body. Author and speaker Joe White will explain how you can accomplish that, even in this dark culture. If you've made mistakes in the past, Jesus Christ can restore your purity and give you the strength to remain steadfast in your decision. It's a message of redemption and hope about dedicating your lives, bodies, and souls to the Lord. Joe White is the President of Kanakuk Kamps and founder of Kids Across America in Branson, Missouri. Each summer, these twelve kamps host 20,000 kampers and over 2,500 College and professional staff. After growing up in Texas, Joe attended College at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas where he won the Heart Award as a two-year starting defensive tackle for the SMU Mustangs. At SMU, Joe also met and married his wife of 33 years, Debbie Jo. After graduation, Joe coached at Texas A&M University before moving to Branson, Missouri to run Kanakuk Kamps with Debbie Jo. Joe has been working with teenagers for over 30 years and is a speaker to Promise Keepers, Focus on the Family Radio, Life on the Edge Conferences, Major League Baseball, the NFL, and AFTER dark College crusades across the country. Joe knows personally and loves to share the meaning of God's amazing grace. Joe has also written 16 books, including Pure Excitement, that are designed to reach teens and their families. In 1991, Joe founded Kanakuk Haiti, which funds the operation of 19 schools and 1 orphanage in Haiti. Joe and Kanakuk Haiti provide food and clothing as well as an education for thousands of Haitian children each year. Joe is a proud father of four and a wonderful grandfather of three. Andy Braner is an ordained minister and the former president of Kanakuk Colorado Kamp in Bayfield, Colorado. His mission is to create a place where teenagers can explore their faith and understand the Christian worldview and to provide opportunities for teenagers to engage in God's work around the world. Andy recently started a nonprofit camping ministry called Ahava ministries. The first location is KIVU (www.campkivu.com), where a team of exciting College students provide Christian worldview training to teenagers for fourteen days a term each summer. Andy teaches Christian worldview classes to approximately a thousand teenagers and three hundred College-age counselors each summer. His desire is to teach young people what it means to be "Realife/Realfaith" followers of Jesus. KIVU has started a gap-year program for high school students to take a year between graduation and their freshman year of College. This program is proving to be a wonderful opportunity for students to explore issues such as poverty and God's view of the poor, international business, and global relationships with different countries. You can learn more about the gap year at www.kivugapyear.com. In an average year, Andy speaks to more than 80,000 high school and College students in both public and private schools. He teaches on a wide variety of topics, including Christian worldview, basic apologetics, sexuality, culture, Christians in the arts and entertainment, and world religions. He frequently speaks at youth conferences, churches, schools, and universities. Andy lives with his wife and five children in Durango, Colorado, where they continue to seek God's will for their family.

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