Friday nights are an amazing time of fellowship where everyone leaves having been connected with others and having learned something more about what a relationship with God can be like. Some weeks the youth “stay-in” at Zion, while other weeks they head out for adventure, exercise and fun. Some “out” activities include Laser Quest, hayrides, bowling, progressive suppers, movie nights, serving in local homeless shelters, and much more.
While Friday nights combine lots of fun with some fellowship and devotional activities, Wednesdays are a day to dig into God’s word together, to pray and to support one another. Currently there is Girl’s GAP meeting regularly – all girls (Gr. 7-12 + College/Career) are welcome to attend, location rotates thru several host homes!
Our Youth events are posted in more detail to our facebook group – Feel free to click here “ZEMC YOUTH” and become a member! Also, a “Weekly Youth Bulletin” is emailed out to those who subscribe. To subscribe, contact the office with your email address. Phone: Email: email@example.com
Virtual Office Associates
Founder Hayley Anderson set up this temp agency for virtual assistants, but just wasn’t happy with her website copy and marketing materials. We turned her loose with copywriter Janice J. and helped her turn a part-time income into a full-time career with over 500 temp workers offering a variety of services to her clients.
Interior decorator Laura Handel experienced some amazing growth from her Etsy store and went solo after some of her fun-loving country cottage designs went viral, but felt she could still do better. We teamed her up with crafty copywriter guru Cat M. to boost her market visibility and after two years, her craft business is a Fortune 1000 company.
App Theatre 2K
Sci-fi fan and mobile app developer Jeff Macki had run a variety of startup companies before, but never really found the kind of market exposure that he needed. Wanting to do things differently with his app development company, he hired B2B tech copywriter John B. to create ad copy that put him in high demand from a one-man show to a 20-developer team within two years.