Better to Give...

Today we were able to gift 3 weekend passes to the upcoming Beth Moore conference this weekend! As one recipient quoted, "This means the world to me!! God knew I needed to have an infusion from the Holy Spirit, in the presence of hundreds of women in agreement!" It was a huge blessing for the management staff to watch these women in worship with the rest of our group!

4 Ways Churches Can Respond to Mental Illness

I read this article and realized how important these steps are as we attempt to help others. Although this was published over 5 years ago, I thought it was very relevant "1. Recognition. Clergy and others in the faith community know people in their real lives. They recognize when someone is in trouble. But do they know what to do? One tool the Church Health Center in Memphis has begun using is Mental Health First Aid, a public education course from the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare. Participants learn to recognize risk factors and warning signs and to take concrete action steps to help people in crisis. 2. Referral. Telling people to pray more and try harder does not

Almost Home Retreat Gives Back

I was approached by a young man today who was very engaging and articulate. While a small purchase of candy or a book may seem insignificant, Tennessee Youth Club, Inc. are helping adolescents stay focused on the big picture!

Sarah Nowlin

We have a guest speaker coming on April 15, 2019 to our Monday night Mentor's group. Sarah Nowlin is a very gifted local artist who ministers to the community and just recently began leading retreats! We are in the process of discovering pockets of synergy for us to have a greater impact for the ministry of Almost Home Retreat. She is currently the founder of Ah Ha-Creations.


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