Welcome!




Impacting teen moms, shaping generations!

At YoungLives, our goal is to create a safe space for young parents and their children to be supported by mentors and eachother as they are on their parenting journey.  We would love to have you join us!

Contact us:
YoungLives Seattle Co-coordinator​s:

Crissa Parsley
206.817.2747
&
Jenni Steinke
619.890.8063

jsteinke@pointloma.edu​


What is YoungLives?

YoungLives is an open invitation for young parents to gather together twice a month to share a meal and share life.  Along side other young parents and volunteer mentors, we have fun playing games, making crafts and chatting about our physical, emotional and spiritual lives while the kids are having fun with our amazing nannies.  Whether it's a phone call, play date or even doing laundry togethere, we invite eachother into our messy lives and support eachother along the way.  We celebrate holidays and special events and have the opportunity to go to camp each summer!

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Thank you for supporting YoungLives Seattle.

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Upcoming Events!

Check out our Facebook page for up-to-date info regarding upcoming activities and events: YoungLives Seattle


  • YoungLives Camp: August 19th-23rd @ Washington Family Ranch
  • YoungLives Seattle Volunteer Training/Planning Meeting: September 15th 

  • YoungLives Fall Kick-off Picnic: September 22nd 
  • YoungLives Kick-off Club: October 1st


YoungLives Club: EVERY 1st & 3rd Monday 

Contact Jenni or Crissa for more information



(Watch the video below for a sneak peak at what camp is like!)

 

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My Story: A special note from a YoungLives participant

I’m a mother to a handsome 2 year old baby boy. At 16 I was kicked out of my house and living with my boyfriend, his mother, and brother. Two days after my 17th birthday I found out I was 14 weeks pregnant. I know, crazy right?!? After finding out I was pregnant I hid myself from the world. Word got out I was pregnant and nobody wanted anything to do with me. People I was friends with at church were no longer allowed to hangout or talk to me. My mom was embarrassed, and at the time mad that I decided to keep the baby. I stopped going to Youn​g Life and had nobody but my boyfriend and his family; they were happy for us. 

By the time my baby was one, things kind of got better. I moved into my first apartment with my boyfriend and son, was working three jobs and still working on my high school work. I was burnt out! Tired, stressed, I felt hopeless. One day something said just go to church, which the church is next door to my apartment. I went and felt something; spent an hour with my head in my son’s lap crying, feeling alone—has to be the worst feeling ever. The pastor seen me did a prayer over me and my kiddo. I went home feeling somewhat of a difference. Just three days later I got a call from a woman who hosted a teen mom YoungLives group. We met, got to meet her wonderful kids and very nice husband. I went to just the first meeting and I knew that was where I needed to be. There was a room of support, a room of ladies just like me who just needed somebody to tell them “it’s okay!” 

And everything was okay. 
 

After going to camp and having nice dinner dates, play dates, and all types of other dates, I’ve grown to love each and every one of my leaders! They’ve helped me so much, more than my family has ever, and still to this day teach me more and more about God and also myself.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Address

YoungLives Seattle | PO Box 17821 Seattle, WA 98127-1821

Phone: (425) 212-4127

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