Blog: Meet Ben!!!
September 21, 2018
We are excited to tell you some good news!
Meet Ben Reitz!
He started as an intern August 23rd and we are very happy to welcome him to the Aim Right family.
Here’s some questions we asked him so you can get to know him better.
When’s your Birthday:
How many siblings do you have?
I have 5 siblings, an older brother, 2 older sisters, and a younger sister.
Where are you from and have you lived there all your life?
I’m from Remington, VA and have lived there since I was two.
What’s your favorite hobby/sport/thing to do?
Football and volleyball are my favorite sports. I also enjoy hunting, fishing, and hanging out with friends.
The first time you visited Phoenix was with Dayspring Mennonite Youth Group. What did you think about Phoenix?
I really enjoyed my first time out here. I was definitely interested in coming back.
Was the choice difficult to become an Intern?
It really wasn’t difficult to make the choice. God spoke to me through 6 different people in 2 weeks time, telling me I should come back as an intern.
Now that you are settled in, any special prayer request you would like friends and family to help you pray for?
Pray that I will continue to do well with the kids and youth and that I can really show Jesus’ love to them.
What is your goal as an Aim Right Intern:
My goal as an intern is…
1. Make a positive impact on at least one child’s life.
2. Learn enough about youth ministry so that I can one day start a ministry of my own.
Welcome to the Aim Right Family Ben!!
|Ben’s first night at Kingdom Kids. Our kiddos had some questions for him.|
|Aim Right North Location. Ben will be serving with Community Nights along with helping to lead during Impact Night.|
Please help us pray for Ben as he takes a new role here in Phoenix.
– Connection with kids and youth
– Pray for this experience to ignite in his heart a passion for youth ministry.
– Pray for God to show him the positive impact he is doing.
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