17 Dec 2018

The ministry of Jared Plesec

What would Jared do? “When I think of Jared, I think of hope. He was always someone who could give anyone hope, no matter what problem they were going through,”

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17 Dec 2018

For the love of Christmas

vol·un·teer   \vä–len–tir\   noun A person who freely offers to take part in an enterprise or undertake a task. Arline Litchfield has the perfect pitch when she’s recruiting Christmas

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05 Nov 2018

Building a Children’s Ministry
from the ‘solid’ ground up

A 10–Point Guide to Build your own Childrens’ Ministry: Have leaders with passion and experience work with children. Allison: : “You definitely need someone passionate for children, because if you

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05 Nov 2018

Ministry Mission: When vets are prisoners

“… I was in prison and you came to visit me.” —Matthew 25:36— Captain Frenie Antoine and Lieutenant Charmaine Romano are not veterans of the U.S. military and they’ve never

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01 Oct 2018

Shattering Poverty
in Corning, N.Y.

“We are pilgrims on the journey We are brothers on the road We are here to help each other Walk the mile and bear the load.” —The Servant Song by

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01 Oct 2018

The American Dream
Pottstown Works, pulling people out of poverty.

Last winter, Damaris Martinez of Pottstown, Pa., slept in a car. It was parked in the driveway of a relative who had given her 8–year–old son a bed in the

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01 Oct 2018

Stars are Born in Ironbound

The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Newark, Ironbound Community Center in Newark, N.J. reaches its youngest residents with after–school and summer programs, social groups, and performing arts classes.

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01 Oct 2018

Freedom for the captives

“Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you also are in the body.” —Hebrews 13:3 (ESV) Today’s world is

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