5th Quarter is designed to be a safe place where you can have fun and feel loved. To reach this goal we have Sports highlights, snack bar, basketball, volleyball, 9 square, GaGa ball, video games, and so much more! We also have the most awesome team of volunteers. Read more about their stories below!
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Ryan Lynn's Story
My mom was a 23 year old nursing student who got pregnant with me from a one night stand. When she found out she was pregnant she was left in the doctors office and she heard an audible voice that spoke to her that said, “ I want you to keep this baby.”
BRIAN BLANTON'S STORY
Many of you are broken. Your lives, in pieces. But you can be restored. I know, I've been there.
Let's start with Divorce. My parents divorced when I was 11. It was a nasty divorce, one that left me not talking to my Mom for many, many years. I lived with my dad and didn’t see my 2 sisters.
CRYSTAL WESTGATE'S STORY
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MARIAN MELLOR's STORY
I grew up in a home with my mom, dad and my brother who is 3 years younger than I am. We went to church nearly every Sunday and I don’t remember ever not knowing Jesus, definitely trusting Him with a childlike faith.
KORI PETERSON'S STORY
When I was 20 years old, I had an abortion and it ruined my life so much that I wanted to die.
In high school I was a good girl, a cheerleader, a dancer, involved in various Christian clubs and the youth group at my church. Even though I was faithful in my church attendance and commitment to be a good Christian, I never really had an established or deep relationship with God.
Diana Del Bono's Story
My entire family is Catholic and I was baptized as Catholic when I was a baby. We would attend church on occasion with my mom but I didn’t understand what was being said or why we had to sit and kneel so often. I also went through Catechism classes and went through my 1st Communion. I believed that there was a God but never felt a connection to Him or understood the sacrifice He made for us.