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Photo Gallery: Rope Masters program at Eden Christian Academy, Ross campus

| Sunday, March 2, 2014, 5:55 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
World-champion and world-record-setting rope jumper Peter Nestler of Tulsa, Okla., performs a trick while kindergartner Eva Dominic of Pittsburgh (center) jumps with first-grader Rebecca Arnold of Franklin Park during a Rope Masters program Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, at Eden Christian Academy in Ross Township. Nestler has done motivational and ministry programs throughout the United States and has performed in several countries.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Peter Nestler, left, and Alicia Nestler, both of Tulsa, Okla., twirl ropes while sixth-grader Hope Wiggins of Millvale jumps during a Rope Masters program last week at Eden Christian Academy in Ross Township. Peter Nestler, a world-champion and world-record-setting rope jumper, has done motivational and ministry programs throughout the United States and has performed in several countries.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Fifth-grader Forrest Price of Bellevue (left) and sixth-grader Devin Blackwell of Pittsburgh jump over a jump rope held by world-champion and world-record-setting rope jumper Peter Nestler of Tulsa, Okla., during a Rope Masters program Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, at Eden Christian Academy in Ross Township. Nestler has done motivational and ministry programs throughout the United States and has performed in several countries.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
World-champion and world-record-setting rope jumper Peter Nestler of Tulsa, Okla., does a light-up jump-rope routine during a Rope Masters program Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, at Eden Christian Academy in Ross Township. Nestler has done motivational and ministry programs throughout the United States and has performed in several countries.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
First-grader Rebecca Arnold of Franklin Park leaps through a jump-rope held by world-champion and world-record-setting rope jumper Peter Nestler of Tulsa, Okla., during a Rope Masters program Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, at Eden Christian Academy in Ross Township. Nestler has done motivational and ministry programs throughout the United States and has performed in several countries.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
World-champion and world-record-setting rope jumper Peter Nestler of Tulsa, Okla., shows off his jump-rope skills while kicking a soccer ball during a Rope Masters program Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, at Eden Christian Academy in Ross Township. Nestler has done motivational and ministry programs throughout the United States and has performed in several countries.

World-champion and world-record-setting rope jumper Peter Nestler of Tulsa, Okla., gave a Rope Masters program Feb. 19 at Eden Christian Academy in Ross Township.

Nestler has done motivational and ministry programs throughout the United States and has performed in several countries.

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