The teen service week can be described in many ways but quiet was rarely one of them. Yet throughout the week I was blessed to catch glimpses of God
One day a couple of weeks ago I was browsing through my emails, clicked to open one from Family Promise and read a plea for help in hosting for overnights at one of our host churches.
Ingredients: 1 unused attic 3 Family Promise families, including 3 teenagers, 3 “tweens”, a couple of elementary kids and two newborns. 1 out-of-state youth group 34 other local teens 11ty buckets of paintDetails
Recently I was blessed to be welcomed into the home of our most recent graduate.
Sitting in my office a bit tired and simply amazed at the youthful energy, servant hearts and love shown to Lawrence Family Promise today.
“Sparkledy” is the word (or, more precisely, non-word) that comes to mind when I think of Britney.
Family Promise would not work without the amazing network of volunteers that support this ministry. I find myself often telling people that volunteers are the heartbeat of the organization, but only recently gave this saying much thought.
Greetings from Dana from a rather hot day center! As the temperatures climb to a rather uncomfortable triple digits outside, and our little window units are about to burn out churning away, and the house is completely full of everyone – because who wants to even sit on the porch, I am certainly asking myself…Details
An (expanded) thank-you note to J. Groene Construction! There is nothing good about being a control freak. The phrase connotes a white-knuckled fear of all curves or bumps in the road, disdain for all the spice of life, an aversion to any and all diversion. Good parenting might be a decades-long exercise in learning not…Details