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Austin Gutwein: Hoops of Hope

Even the youngest members of the church can be used powerfully by God. How can we empower more of them to pursue their ideas?

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When he was nine years old, Austin Gutwein tried out for his school's hoops team. He didn't make the cut. Instead he decided to use his passion for basketball to make a difference for orphans living with AIDS in Africa. His story illustrates what happens when God's people have a vision and the church equips them to pursue it.

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