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Trever Ball to speak at Aglow Lighthouse meeting
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Trever Ball, left, is joined by a friend during his daily 8-mile walk to the construction site of a church in Rwanda, Africa. Ball, who will speak at the Jan. 11 Aglow Lighthouse meeting, said he encountered many children on their way to school during his walks. They would always grab my hand and we would sing and laugh till we got to our places. - photo by COURTESY PHOTO

Great Bend native Trever Ball will speak at the next Great Bend Aglow Lighthouse meeting, taking place Saturday, Jan. 11, at Perkins Restaurant, 2920 10th St. Coffee and social time is at 9 a.m., with the meeting starting at 9:30.
Trevor Ball, son of Mark and Krista Ball, grew up in Great Bend. He earned an associate’s degree from Barton Community College, and a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry from Sterling College. After graduation, he joined the Christian ministry team “Adventures in Missions” and traveled to 11 different countries in 11 months, preaching and teaching the Gospel of Christ.
Ball will talk about his travels and spreading the Word. All men and women are invited this meeting of Great Bend’s Aglow Lighthouse. Aglow International is a global, trans-denominational Christian organization rooted in local groups.