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The Alliance Youth Network

AY Women

Alliance Youth Women (AY Women) exists to better equip women in their ministries and encourage their individual and corporate spiritual walks. 

  • AY Women
  • High School
Serve with the Alliance - High School Students

If you have a high school student in your youth ministry that feels a call on their life to be in ministry, have them visit Our candidate development office has laid out the proper steps for them to take to begin their process.

LIFE Conference

Gathering the next generation Alliance family to experience God and expand His kingdom locally and globally.

  • LIFE Conference
  • Envision

As a ministry of the C&MA, Envision identifies and develops future missional leaders who innovate, establish, and strengthen communities of faith in key urban environments. We do this through short-term trips, internships, leadership development, and ministry resources.

Alliance Camps

The C&MA has nearly 50 national and international Christian camps. Each location has its own mission, but primarily they all seek to create intentional space for people to connect with their Creator in His creation. Each camp offers its own unique ministries and retreats and is available for rental to meet your specific ministry needs. You can check out their websites to find a camp near you and the ministries they offer.

  • Alliance Camps
  • Alliance Quizzing
Alliance Quizzing

Your partners in empowering students to know God’s Word and apply it to their lives in intentional memorization and quizzing. Currently the international quiz leadership team comprises of 6 leaders in the U.S. and Canada with over 1,300 students actively engaged in quizzing. Check out their website to learn how your church can get involved in this longstanding discipleship movement.

Grain of Hope

Grain of Hope was started in a small room in the back of a church with 19 kids. No one knew that day what this would become and how crazy a ride it has been. Grain of Hope grew from 19 kids in March of 2009 to a nationwide non-profit. In 2012 Grain of Hope applied for and received its official 501(c)(3) non-profit status. In December of 2015 Grain of Hope took another huge step by hiring a full time executive director. Through it all, we have always believed that no matter how small you are, you can make a huge difference if you really go after it with all that you are. Will you join us and help us write the next chapter in our history, a history built on the little bit, big bit theory? The little bit, big bit theory says that if you take your little bit, and he takes his little bit and I take my little bit and put it all together we come up with a pretty big bit.

  • Grain of Hope