A few months ago, my son was due to come out of prison after nearly 9 years, and as much as I yearned for him to come home, my home unfortunately was not within the probation guidelines. I was so scared and sad, knowing how our society is, and loving my son, and not wanting […]
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For the first time since the start of the pandemic, we will be traveling out of town to pick up our newest resident. This is a process we have completed so many times, it had become routine. This time will be different as we will be doing everything possible to protect our residents, staff , […]
Our mission to provide housing to qualified ex-offenders keeps us very busy with interviewing applicants, driving residents to necessary appointments, ensuring resident heath and safety, and so much more. But nothing is quite as rewarding as when our services help reunite families.
To You, To Us, & To Everyone It has become a tradition for us to celebrate Independence Day by having a cookout on the 4th for all our residents and many guests. We are unable to gather socially but are still going to cook hot dogs and hamburgers and deliver them to our residents. We’re […]
In these times of “Social Distancing” and “Stay At Home”, God has placed it upon our hearts to share some of the peace He provides our residents with you. For the last ten years, we have been making it easy for anyone to come out and visit our community. We’ve had pig roasts, “biker rallys”, […]
While we’re doing many things differently now-a-days, some things never change. Preparing for our newest resident, Randy installs a new tile floor. We are always making improvements, trying to make this the best home it can be! Omar with his new work truck – he’s so happy to be working. Congratulations, Omar!
Good day to all… As we are all aware, there is a pestilence upon the earth. All countries and lands are affected. The corona virus will be a milestone of humanity. It changes every aspect of our lives. The one thing we cannot waver in is our life of faith. In all instances where extremes […]
After 15 years in prison, freedom had finally come – but with conditions attached. I was to be released on a form of probation, called Conditional Release, that I had transferred to Kentucky so I could live with my father. All was well until one of the conditions of my release caused a disagreement between […]