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Ross Dyer, the student leadership director, at Real Church, is a small part in what God is doing in Teenagers who live in Detroit and Hamtramck, MI. As a group, they are making a difference, not just in their schools, and among their friends, but in their families. We are believing that if students ingrain the godly standards that Ross talks about, that there is no limit to what they will allow God to do in and through them. Both the leaders and students at Repo, want whatever God has for them and for the city they inhabit.

"These first two months of 2012 have been ridiculously amazing here at Repo. We have been able to develop some really cool programs, and improve what has already been established within the ministry.

The newest addition to Repo are our RIOT groups (Righteous Invasion of Truth). This student discipleship program is a chance for students to take the next step in their walk with Christ. They are challenged to memorize scripture weekly, do daily devotions, talk to friends about Jesus everyday, and grow together as a group. 

Together we are challenging each other to live what we learn and to not just say “I Believe,” but to go the next step and tell you why we believe it.”



" In such ways I have trailblazed a preaching of the Message of Jesus all the way from Jerusalem far into northwestern Greece. This has all been pioneer work, bringing the Message only into those places where Jesus was not yet known and worshiped. My text has been, Those who were never told of him-they'll see him! Those who've never heard of him-they'll get the message!"-Romans 15:19-21