Emphasizing the “C” in YMCA

March 2009
by Deena C. Bouknight

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March 2009

In this age of relativism and worldliness, one might assume that no one still considers, ponders, or respects the founding words that comprise that universally known acronym, YMCA. Many of the thousands who enter the doors of one of these institutions daily may only know it by its acronym—not by Young Men’s Christian Association. Yet, in Columbia, staffers, board members, and volunteers have purposed that the Holy Spirit not be ignored.

In fact, there is a separate committee for the five area branches (Downtown, Lexington, Northeast, Northwest and Palmetto Center for Women) called Christian Emphasis. Over the past few years, there have been …

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