Month: September 2017

Every Storm has a Rainbow

Originally posted on The Blog of a Young Renegade:
My house flooded. That’s one of the most common sentences I’ve heard lately as a South Houston native. My story is the same. My house flooded. Hurricane Harvey turned many people’s lives upside down, including…

Time to Escalate-A Difficult Decision: An RA Story

This is not an easy decision. I prayed over it, talked with Greg about it, and researched more than my brain could stand sometimes.

Sharing A Meal: Good for Body & Soul

Mercy Chefs – mind boggling how much food these teams dish out each day at no cost to the families, emergency workers, and volunteers – anyone who needs a hot meal. The stories Chef Gary LeBlanc and team share are heart-wrenching, yet inspiring. Mercy… Continue Reading “Sharing A Meal: Good for Body & Soul”

St. Mary’s Grand Turk: Light in the Dark

We hope to see them again – the community, happy smiling faces, ready to share their culture and history.

CoryLebovitz.com

Developing volunteers and those who lead them

john pavlovitz

Stuff That Needs To Be Said

Maggie Rowe

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B Is for Blessed!

Embracing God's Grace Daily

CoryLebovitz.com

Developing volunteers and those who lead them

john pavlovitz

Stuff That Needs To Be Said

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