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TACA Football Spring Training Camp is April 6th - May 1st
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STORM Families,
      We had painted ourselves into a bit of a corner financially, but as always the Lord provided! He is our Jehovah Jireh!
Our young men and ladies raised more than $16,000, in the two weeks between Homecoming and our final game. That brought the total of their fundraising as a team to about $20,000 in 2014!
     During halftime of the October 31st game Mrs. Norris, Mrs. McLerran, and Mrs. Rainey shuffled and picked our winners of our drawing.
Third prize- Johanna from Lewisville won dinner for two at Lefty's Chowder House in Addison
Second prize- Misty from Farmers Branch won a $250.00 VISA gift card
First Prize- Curran from Dallas won two round trip tickets anywhere Southwest Airlines flies
     Congratulations to our winners! Without their generous support our ministry could not exist.
     Our desire as a ministry is to be used by God to help families take older boys and girls and turn out the young men and ladies God wants them to be. To do this we focus on our faith, fitness, and even financials. I couldn't be more proud of all of the young men and ladies who did what they needed to do to earn their way onto the field and spare their parents the expense of nearly $800.00 per player. We know that they can implement this lesson in many areas of their lives in their years to come.

God Bless,

Coach Rooney 

Wednesday Worship every week @ 7:30:

    Please consider joining  Mauricio Lostra while he helps our young men tackle some of the more difficult subjects that they will face in today's world. Practices will end at 7:30 on Wednesday's to join together in prayer and learn what God has to say about some of the areas our young men face. We know Jesus had to leave Galilee to start his ministry. Sometimes our young men need to hear exactly what it is you are trying to instill in them from a new source.
    I love the traditional "Youth Services" at Churches one night a week that many of our kids have gone to since they were young. The difference for these next six weeks is that at the field, nobody has the cover they have at their home churches. It's a chance for our young men to see and experience God's word with their Brothers in Christ when their "Guard is down".
    We're going to tackle a few tough subjects, but that's the whole idea of our Sport's Ministry. We want to play a small role in helping older boys become the young men God wants them to become.
    If you're already part of a youth group, please consider giving this a chance from now until Halloween. We think it'll benefit these young men in a big way.
God Bless,

Coach Rooney

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Five Great Reasons to Play Football @ TACA

1. Christ. We’re Christ- centered. However, just as Christ did, we would welcome anyone. Like Jesus with the Samaritan woman, we would seek to eliminate barriers and want everyone to know they’re special in the eyes of God. All we ask is for those not ready to join us in prayer, to be respectful at our times of worship.

2. Coaches. We are blessed with fantastic, teaching Coaches. These men are parents themselves, and mature family men that go to great lengths to teach from experience our young men about life lessons, and the game of Football. They have played the game at all levels, from the NFL down. A couple of our Coaches have children currently in college athletics. Speak to other TACA parents about what impacts these men have had in their son’s lives. Our Coaches are recognized and connected in the collegiate Football community. If the opportunity presents itself to help move athletes to the next level, they will do whatever they can to help your son move to the next level. Just one of our Coaches along with his two brothers received complete scholarships to Duke, The Naval Academy, and University of Virginia.

3. Course. We believe what James Dobson said from “Focus on the Family”. Our ONLY job as a parent is to work ourselves out of a job. We will treat your son’s as young men, not boys. Our desire is to help you-help them with their focus on worship, their interactions with their family, and their studies. When conflicts arise your son will approach his teammate or Coach face to face and seek a faith driven resolution.

4. Cost. Why would you want to buy a pile of equipment that won’t fit your son this time next year? Why spend $700-800.00 in registration fees? Our approach is simple. Our equipment is leased out free of charge and our registration fee is only $100.00! Our young men participate in a raffle ticket sale to raise about half of what’s needed, and we raise the rest in cooperative programs in the business community. Part of our job as parents is to make certain our young men are financially independent and responsible. For these lessons to take root, they cannot begin when they have finished high-school. Mom and Dad can’t always be the answer to their financial issues.

5. Competition. We’re good at the game of Football! We won’t always be a 9-0 team, but we’ll win games by being better conditioned, better coached, and better at understanding the game from every position possible. Whether we win or lose a Football game, we'll try to do it with humility and sportsmanship.

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This group of hardworking young men paid their own way by selling $7500 worth of raffle tickets. What a fantastic team effort. (Considering their work ethic on the field, it shouldn't surprise anyone)

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