Hope Runs Here 5K
Hope Remains Ranch is hosting it's second 5K run/walk for all ages. The event will be held at 1771 John Dodd Road, Wellford, SC 29385. All proceeds will benefit the daily operations of providing hope and healing to children, families and adults of all ages using professional counseling, mentoring and equine therapy.
Ministry Leader Training - Spartanburg
Provide a full scholarship for one Spartanburg area ministry leader to participate in the Ministry Ventures Executive Roundtable training that equips them to have greater Kingdom Impact
I AM HERE AM I
A 31-Day Devotional for at-risk teens (specifically incarcerated in SCDJJ) written by Scott Wolfe to Biblically address emotional wounds, grief, anger, etc. Scott has met with two of the three chaplains in the three Youth Evaluation Centers in SC and doors are open to reach InYou’s goal: to get a devotional book in each teens heart and hand. Perfect-bound books are $4 each and BOGO (By-One-Give-One), so for each one purchased, one will be given to an incarcerated teen. 1,500 books are in print now. All money received will be saved for printing more. Of course devotionals may be purchased for teens not locked up and donations can be received to pay for a teen to receive one free.
Hope Remains Ranch - Twelfth Annual Benefit Golf Tournament
Come join us on Friday, May 17th. Hosted at Village Greens Golf Club, this will be our twelfth year to raise awareness of how God is working and making an eternal difference in the lives of children, families and adults using equine therapy, biblical counseling and mentoring.
Fair Haven Home for Men
Fair Haven Home for Men, Inc. is a 501c3 located in Saint Stephen, SC that helps men with addiction problems and homelessness. Our warehouse for our thrift store and the men’s home was located on Main Street in Saint Stephen, SC. This was a donated building of almost 10,000 sq. ft. It was full of furniture, appliances, clothing and household items. A month ago this warehouse burned to the ground. We lost the building valued at $70,000 and all the thousands of dollars’ worth of items stored inside. We had tried several times to obtain insurance, but the building was 100 years old and no one would insure the building. Our lost was devastating. I have received two estimates on clean up both were around $37,000. We presently have nowhere to store the items for our thrift store or our home. We are asking for assistance in cleaning up the building and we will need to rebuild this warehouse. We would appreciate not only monetary help with this but also if possible help with equipment and man power to clean up. Any help would be greatly appreciated. God bless you all.
Youth Evaluation Center (SCDJJ) Services
InYou is one of many ministries being offered the opportunity to share Jesus on Sundays in 2018 with teens who are incarcerated at YEC in Union. We would like to engage this open door! With time, travel, and custom printed discipleship materials, this on-going ministry with average $125 each week (2 weeks per month, 12 months per year.)
Cross Roads Youth Center Group Home
Cross Roads Youth Center (CRYC) will serve the community in providing a high quality, relationship oriented and stable Christian home life to disadvantaged girls under the care of the South Carolina Department of Social Services. Faith at the Center is lived, not preached. We believe in God and the saving grace of His Son, Jesus Christ. It is our greatest desire to serve God by the demonstration of our faith through action by our love for Him. Our girls will be given the opportunity to attend church weekly and participate in youth groups and discipleship. We will have weekly Bible studies in the home and utilize Sarah Young's "Jesus Calling" for daily devotions. CRYC plans and coordinates activities and connects with community-based organizations, local organizations and local government agencies to provide a multitude of services for the girls. They are provided the opportunity to be self-sufficient, responsible and to develop the life skill tools to transition back into their immediate family, extended family, move on to adoptive families or transition out of care, providing what is in the best interest of the child. The Center will work in conjunction with Cross Roads Youth Ranch to offer assessments, therapy, and counseling. This approach will help to further develop these skills efficiently. These programs are designed to empower our girls to make the right choices as it relates to their body, their mind, emotions and their spirit. It will teach the girls responsibility and help to instill Christian core values in all areas of their lives.