Transforming our city
Transforming our city- one man , one home, one neighborhood at a time!
Roof for Troops
Tri-County Roofing is a proud supporter of our military men and women. We are raising money to provide a new roof for one of our amazing veterans. We have partnered with Charleston's news station WSC 94.3 to help make this happen. Please make a donation today and help us make a difference in the life of someone that has proudly served their country. You can nominate a candidate by visiting facebook.com/tricountyroofing.
Back in the 18th and 19th centuries a barn raising was a very common activity. The community would come together to help their neighbors build or repair a barn. Every able-bodied member of the community was expected to participate and each person played an important role in the success of completing the task of building a barn. Just as the barn raisings of the past required the community pulling together to achieve their goal, purchasing and developing this new ministry is going to take all of us pulling together. Let’s come together to make Arrow Farm a reality! We are asking everyone to help by giving $10 or more per week for the next year. With the full help of the community of people that believe in this ministry we can take a huge step towards getting the BARN RAISED! Journey Together Ministries is raising funds to purchase a farm to develop it into a faith based boarding school for children from difficult situations at no fault of their own. For more information you can email me at email@example.com
Seacoast Sports, powered by Cross Court Christian Athletics
Building the Kingdom of God, one athlete at a time, through the world of sports...that's the mission of "Seacoast Sports", powered by Cross Court Christian Athletics! At CCCA, we've partnered with Seacoast Church to host Christ-centered sports leagues and events throughout the year, including Adult Co-Ed Softball, Adult Co-Ed Flag Football, the Annual Seacoast Golf Outing and Sports Auction, and various weekend tournaments across the Lowcountry. Through "Seacoast Sports", Cross Court Christian Athletics caters to more than 600 athletes per year (more than 250 un-churched and seekers), with a safe, friendly place to fellowship and build relationships, and an intentional "high-invitation" approach to sharing Christ's love through personal testimonies and pre-game devotionals. Cross Court Christian Athletics is a 501c3, relying solely on annual sponsorships from local like-minded businesses. We accept no financial support from the church. Instead, we solicit 6 Annual Sponors each year, at $3,000 per sponsor to cover league fees, officials, field rentals, equipment, and insurance. Annual sponsorship includes logo placement on all signage and athlete t-shirts (more than 600) thorughout the year, and headlining sponsorship of the Annual Seacoast Golf Outing and Online Sports Auction, along with exposure to our 2,000+ Facebook followers. Visit www.crosscourtathletics.org to learn more, or "Like" us on Facebook at "Seacoast Sports powered by Cross Court".
Catalyst of Change in Tanzania: Empowerment & Hope
Catalyst Gold: bringing hope to impoverished workers in Tanzania through business & training
Helping Families in a Pickle Luncheon
The proceeds from this fundraiser allows Tricounty to continue providing services and programs to our clients at no cost to them. We provide food, clothing, medical care, counseling, job placement, shelter, financial assistance and vital services to the impoverished. We offer a safe, compassionate, and inviting place for all people in need. We offer a hand up rather than a hand out, bringing clients from a state of crisis to stability to self-sustaining members of the community.
The Chamber Guest House
Throughout our ministry faith, prayer and resources have moved us forward to obtain The Chamber Guest House. The Property is next door to our Lilies of the Field Learning and Resource Center. The Chamber Guest House will provide a Christian environment, to be fully utilized for ministry purposes. This guest house is for weary travelers and will be providing a refreshing and renewing care for God’s people. Supported by scripture: 2 Kings Chapter 4.
The Matipan Project
We know that God has made this dream possible for us. God is faithful. We have been praying for a house that we call our home. During our 50 days of Prayer 2014, we went before the Lord with this petition. We asked my sister if she knew what the family was doing with the house that belonged to her ex-mother-in-law who had passed away some years ago. My sister found out that the family was not doing anything with the house. She proceeded to tell them our story. The family said they really did not know why they were holding onto the house. God knew though, so we kept on praying. Then one day we met siblings who told us that they all were in agreement to give us the house knowing that their parents would approve. Their parent's raised them to be caring and sharing people. Not knowing the true condition of the house, we thought that we could move in and just have the kitchen area repaired. We have been living with family and friends for the past 4 1/2 years with no place to truly call our own. Now God has blessed us with this house. Presently, we are living off of my husband, Gerald's Social Security check and my part-time job which does not cover all of our expenses. We don't have the funds necessary to make the house handicap accessible for him nor for any of the repairs that are so desperately needed to be done in order for this house to be livable. With the remodeling on this house, we hope to have a better quality of life than we have been living for the past couple of years. This will bring our family back together under one roof. Our desire is to make this house a home for many years to come; a place where new memories can be made and shared for the rest of our lives. We are praying that this home will be a beacon of light in our neighborhood so that people will know that our home is where the Lord Jesus dwells. During this whole process, we have been and will continue to give God all the glory, for it is He who has put such a wonderful project together. We are truly grateful for all of your help.
250 $25.00 Drive
The Lord has given us a great vision for 2018. We ask that you pray and join us in our 250 for $25 Giving campaign. The Lord specifically has given us the vision of 250 individuals, churches, Sunday School Classes, Home Groups, Nonprofits, Businesses and agencies contributing $25 per month as seed to increase discipleship efforts and plant a mighty army of men that will fight the good fight of Faith in Christ Jesus and not only finish the course but advance the Kingdom of God! The Sustain the Change Housing Program is an intensive Discipleship Program that ministers to men who are homeless due to their criminal background and/or substance abuse. Many of the men are exiting from the SC Department of Corrections and literally have no where else to go. These men participate in a minimum of 18 months of classes Healing of Memories and Damaged Emotions; Jobs for Life; Brain Detox; and mentorship through His Way Ministries. Many of the men are registered sex offenders and due to probation restrictions cannot attend local church. Shield Ministries holds weekly worship services. Pictured below with Pastor Truluck are the first 2018 Graduates.