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The Village Project
There is an African proverb that has been widely used, which says, “It takes an entire Village to raise a child”. This adage became a popular expression in American societies when staggering statistics began to support the notion that urban, impoverished communities presented dismal opportunities for youth and young adults to find pathways for breaking cycles of poverty. The axiom presented the mindset associated with a Yoruban concept that everyone in ones society was responsible for the success of children; not just the parents. Schools, government, marketplace and parochial representation were responsible for supporting the same messages of success and taking an active role in providing opportunities and nurturing of children. The result was simple according to the wise counsel. It was this- investing in children and community advocacy was equivalent to investing in the future.
Serving our community with the love of Christ. Matthew 25:35-36, For I was hungry, and ye have me meat; I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink; I was a stranger, and ye took me in; Naked, and ye clothed me; I was sick, and ye visted me. We feed the community with our Food Pantry, preparing dinner and lunches, hosting Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. We cloth our community with our clothing & coat drives,
Prison Ministry - "Breaking the Cycle of Crime...One Life at a Time"
From Prison to Praise. Psalm 142:7 Bring my soul out of prison, that I may praise thy name.....
With God's provision, it is our desire to reach as many inmates as possible with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and promote the spiritual growth of those inmates and their family.