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This is a fun episode! Last fall, our host Michael Gatlin was invited to speak at the annual White Out National Youth Conference in Colorado. This is a long standing and powerful event every February that draws youth together from the Mountain West and beyond. At first, Michael was reluctant to take the invitation but then he wondered what it would be like to invite a group of five high school students along with him to teach and minster together. What happened next is found in this inspiring episode.

For now, meet Noah, Mason, Mercy, Abby, and Annika along with Michael and Clint Considine, the Student Ministries Pastor at Duluth Vineyard.

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Noah, Mason, Mercy, Abby, and Annika and Clint Considine

Noah (12th grade), Mason (11th grade), Mercy (10th grade), Abby (11th grade), and Annika (12th grade) are active members of the Duluth Vineyard Church youth group and serve on their Student Leadership Team. They have also all participated in the Project Timothy student training program. 

Clint Considine has worked at the Duluth Vineyard in various roles  since 2012. He now oversees the Senior High Ministry. He loves to see young people transformed by the love of Jesus, and grow into the people God created them to be. Clint also helps lead some of their Outreach Ministries and enjoys handing out free food and drinks to people he meets on the street. Before Clint started working at the Vineyard, he served for 6 years in the Minnesota Army National Guard. Clint also serves the community as a Law Enforcement Chaplain.

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