This youth group video shows how a draw away from safety is overcome with safety at “Safety, Baby!” “Safety, Baby!” is retro slang expressing mutual affection toward safety. It refers to a public location for a sampling of youth witness videos usually reserved for a private setting only for the youth group. Ordinary youth present their story of providing, thru the presenter’s chosen work, extreme value for the common good. By grace, God is at work, where their life meets their faith. Videos of their presentations proclaim a culture of the goodness of God. “Safety, Baby!” shows why parents, youth, and mentors prefer safety in a vibrant faith community, over unsafe ways. But in the end, it is the youth’s choice of a culture of the goodness of God that makes the difference. Parent-Youth-Mentor results not only in a village triangle of faith, but also in “Safety, Baby!” Good villages build a better world.
Daniel Glownia, a martial arts student will tell us how he turned to his grandmother and her impact on him. Hear her examples of wisdom and faith that touched Daniel. Hear how Daniel was inspired to preserve his family’s Polish ethnic culture. And even more importantly hear how she inspired him to embrace his Spiritual duties as a young Catholic man.
John Ryan O’Rourke, a junior at Maine South High School, will share how his life journey has led him to be a pro life advocate. He will share how his debate team experience has led him to a place where he could debate with the opposition and hold his own regarding his pro life beliefs.