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"COUNT ME IN"

"COUNT ME IN"  is a national  campaign. Rev. Eve is launching out  a mentoring program entitled "COUNT ME IN" in which NLLC Reverands/ Chaplains and volunteers will participate in every state  across the U.S.  At these conferences, Hispanic, African American youth and Latina women will be mentored with two targeted points;  Israel's  History and  Higher Education.  Within the Hispanic population there are many youth who do not understand what, The Lord says about Israel.  They will also be encouraged to pursue a higher education because this is the demographic which has the largest drop out rate. For this reason, Rev. Eve is unfolding the "COUNT ME IN" conferences as a national campaign.

We want to support Israel because what happens in Israel affects the universe. God promised Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob the land man is trying to take from Israel today.  This land is for the seed of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. 
Genesis 12 Now The Lord had said unto Abram, get out of your country, and from your kindred, and from your father's house, unto a land that I will show you. (2) And I will make of you a great nation, and I will make your name great; and you shalt be a blessing: (3) And I will bless them that bless you, and curse them that curse you; and in you shall all the families of the earth be blessed. (6) And Abram passed through the land unto the place of Shichem, unto the plain of Moreh. And the Canaanite was there in the land. (7) And The Lord appeared unto Abram, and said, Unto your seed will I give this land:  and there, he built the an alter toThe Lord, who appeared unto him.  This is the scripture that catapults Rev. Eve's vision forward into mentoring youth by first instilling in them the Lord's truth of this scripture. 

The second part of this mentoring conference unfolds the teaching for higher education. We are promoting higher education because the youth need it.  People perish for the lack of knowledge. In America, about 3 percent of Latinos pursue higher education. They have the highest drop out rate in the US. In the U.S, high school students that drop out of school commit about 75 percent of crimes. The Pew Research center on population status 2014 states Latinos continue to lag other groups when it comes to earning a bachelors degree. In 2012, 14.5 percent of Latinos ages 25 and older had one. By contrast, 51 per cent of Asians, 34 percent of Whites, and 21.2 percent of African Americans had earned a bachelor's degree. Hispanic college students are also less likely than whites to enroll in a four year college, attend a selective college , and enroll full-time. Even so, in a Pew survey, education is important to Latinos. Latino voters say education is a top issue, and Latinos are more likely than the general public to say a college degree as a key to success.
 
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