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Such a Time as This

The line forms early and a safe distance apart outside the Center of Englewood

THE CENTER of Englewood is owned and operated by Shepherd’s HOPE, Ltd. and houses our food pantry and family feeding center as well as By the Hand Club for Kids, 1st Defense Legal Aid, IMPACT Family Center, New Hope Medical Clinic, Pass-It-On Academy, God’s End Time Church and Xperience Church. The Needs Are Greater Than Ever!

Welcome to what I think is the beginning of a new era in American history. An era of sacrifice and sharing as we’ve never seen before. An era that will bring people together walking through situations with people we have never met and trials and struggles that we didn’t know existed a few months ago.

Ministry Values

Shepherd’s HOPE is a ministry built on sacrificing and sharing with our neighbors through our relationship with JESUS CHRIST. Besides sacrifice, we believe in being transparent, especially to our financial supporters who have made it possible for us to be here at this point in history and most of all to our LORD who has constantly opened doors for us as HE’s grown this ministry for the past 12 years.

The pandemic we are facing today has already taken its toll on 6 other food pantries in Englewood. This has brought hundreds more families in need to our pantry every Tuesday and Thursday. The question that has been going through my mind the last few weeks, “Has the LORD created us for such a time as this?” One of the most important things the LORD told me to do when I began this journey with HIM was to give ownership of the ministry to the people in the community, and we were obedient. Over the years this is what has made our food pantry and feeding center like no other in the community. Most of our staff and volunteers live in the area; they are also clients. These committed people are a very important reason why we are still thriving.

Volunteers continue to serve

We are struggling financially like everyone else. Our donations are down 51% in comparison to last year, but the attitude of the staff and volunteers remains positive. They’ve all said to me, “Brian, we are here to serve our neighbors as long as there is a need. The LORD will handle the rest!”

For the last 2 weeks the LORD has brought 1,000’s of pounds of fresh vegetables (from Get Fresh Produce) and 500 sandwiches and drinks from another source, brownies from a bakery and toiletry kits from Molina Healthcare. All this is in addition to our normal delivery of the 20-25,000 pounds of groceries from the GCFD. What timing and what a blessing!
The Shepherd’s HOPE team and I have been working hard doing our job while praying that the LORD will send the resources needed to make this a year like no other. As it says in Psalm 98:4, “Make a joyful noise unto the LORD … and rejoice and sing praise!” LORD, we are on our knees praying, praising and thanking you for the faithful and obedient financial supporters you have chosen to take this journey with us: We thank you for these people! We love you all and are asking again for your prayers and financial support so we can continue this journey together.

Thanks again.

We believe in transparency; click the link below to see our income and operational cost breakdown. Financial Info

At such a time as this…

Ground Zero

Our clients can select from a variety of fresh vegetables and fruit
thanks to GCFD and our generous business donors.
THE CENTER of Englewood is owned and operated by Shepherd’s HOPE, Ltd. and houses our food pantry and family feeding center as well as By the Hand Club for Kids, 1st Defense Legal Aid, IMPACT Family Center, New Hope Medical Clinic, Pass-It-On Academy, God’s End Time Church and Xperience Church.



We are praying for you, your families and the whole country during these times of disbelief and confusion that haunt America and the whole world. By God’s grace we will all be around long after this pandemic comes to an end.

This is how we fight our battles…

Shepherd’s HOPE was created for such a time as this. The LORD has placed us in this Englewood community of Chicago, which I consider “ground zero” where the real battle is being waged on a daily basis. The battle I am referring to is the spiritual battle that is taking place trying to break the spirit of our neighbors in Englewood and the rest of the American people. We are a resilient people but to remain resilient, we have to be active members of our community and our opposition knows that. That’s why we have been isolated to our own homes. We’ve been made slaves to isolation with the internet and television as our companions. The opposition knows that we are at our best when we are serving others, building relationship, and seeing positive growth taking place around us every day.

Our LORD told us in Matthew 22:36-40, “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart and with all thy soul and with all thy mind…and thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.” We need this, “The Great Commandment,” to prevail in America in the days, months and years ahead. Shepherd’s HOPE is operating everyday feeding the people of the Englewood community, sharing the love of JESUS with each and every one of them

Meeting the demand..

Because of GOD’s love for HIS people, HE provided Shepherd’s HOPE with 3 food deliveries instead of 2 a week so we can accommodate the 100’s of extra families we provide either groceries or hot meals every day of the week. This amounts to 35,000 pounds of food distributed a week. ONLY GOD!

Due to the increased need, we had to purchase 2 chest freezers and 2 refrigerator/freezers to provide space for the volume of cold storage items we have received. WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Americans, we all need to start humbling ourselves becoming salt and light in this dark time in American history. So we all can have a ringside seat, watching GOD at work turning America into a selfless nation again, giving GOD all the glory!

I want to thank you the people who have answered our call for financial HELP! This has been like a breath of fresh air in a time when bad news seems to dominate life as we know it. We still need you the people watching from the sidelines to get in the game. We need everyone! We are at the beginning of this pandemic. Even in these early stages, the fall out from this pandemic is already being felt. The enemy is not going to let up.

Shepherd’s HOPE has to be prepared to be there for our neighbors till the end. We thank you all for your continued support because without you we would not be around for such a time as this.

We love you all and thank you again for your support. Shepherd’s HOPE has been there since the day the pandemic started, and we are planning to be there when the enemy is defeated. AMEN!

Thank you for your prayers and support!

From Brian – and the board members, staff & volunteers at Shepherd’s HOPE

Find Your Place in the Story

THE CENTER of Englewood is owned and operated by Shepherd’s HOPE, Ltd. and houses our food pantry and family feeding center as well as By the Hand Club for Kids, IMPACT Family Center, New Hope Medical Clinic, Pass-It-On Academy, God’s End Time Church and Xperience Church.

Bearing the Burdens of Our Neighbors

Galatians 6:2 says “Bear one another’s burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ.” The LORD created Shepherd’s HOPE and the Center for that reason, to create a place where HE gathers like minded ministries that HE created to bear the burdens of their neighbors.

The LORD has been doing that for almost a year now at The Center. The LORD has accomplished this in a myriad of ways:

  • by providing groceries & hot meals to our neighbors
  • through education, physical activity & spiritual enlightenment for youth & teens
  • by offering daycare to help out single working parents
  • by providing a free medical clinic and
  • through access to free legal aid

This has all occurred because of you – the faithful people who for the last 11 years have shared their resources to help bear the financial burdens of Shepherd’s HOPE required to support these programs.

What is currently being accomplished by the LORD through HIS ministries is just the beginning of bearing the burdens of our neighbors. The LORD’s focus for this year will be keeping the youth and teenagers off the streets. This will be accomplished by events we call Friday Night Life. We will host events for youth and teens on Friday night in the auditorium and gymnasium. These programs will be designed to educate, stimulate and spiritually enlighten the participants in a safe and friendly environment (with refreshments, of course). The first event will be on March 20 (and the 3rd Friday of every month thereafter) and will be a movie night featuring “Overcomer.” The movie will be followed by a Q and A session with snacks in the cafeteria.

Open Mic Night

Every fourth Friday, beginning with March 27, will be an Open Mic Night. On this night we will interview former gang bangers, drug dealers, drug addicts, and inmates – as well as innocent victims of violence. From their stories, the young people will learn how the relationship of each of them with Christ changed their lives forever. The first interview will be with Tyrone Doxy who was born and raised in Englewood and still lives here today. His gang affiliations, drug dealing and drug use led him to 7 different stays in prison. But his relationship with Christ changed his life. Watch this video clip. On March 27 he will tell his story live in its entirety and allow the audience to ask questions about his journey. You are invited!!! There will be other events on the first 2 Fridays of every month as well, but we are waiting on the LORD’s direction as to what the themes of these will be.

New Ministries Coming to the COE

The Center will also be welcoming three new ministries in 2020. Spaces have been prepared for a new vision clinic and a new dental clinic to add to the services of the New Hope Medical Clinic. As exciting as that is, I am even more excited about the arrival of Target Area, a Christian organization that specializes in mentoring as well as conflict mediation that they provide to youth, adults and gangs. Target Area staff will play a major role in the Friday Night Life events. They are a national organization that has been serving communities for over 30 years and we are blessed to have them join our team. Another goal we have for 2020 is for Shepherd’s HOPE to partner with IMPACT Family Center to provide GED classes for young adults and computer literacy classes for the elderly or anyone else in the community in need of these classes.

Will you be part of this story with us?

These new programs cannot be launched without substantial resources. Resources that will be used to sustain the pantry and the family feeding center and to maintain The CENTER itself. In addition, resources will be needed to present successful Friday Night Life programs each week, and as we partner to provide the computer and GED classes. Food and health care are basic needs, but Shepherd’s HOPE heart has always been to impact lives so that they can become passionate contributors to family, the community and society. All the programs at THE CENTER of Englewood are working in one way or another to achieve that end.  We believe the Friday Night Life events will have the greatest effect on this community long term of anything being done at the COE.

For all of this to happen we will need to raise $500,000 in 2020. $200,000 will come from tenant rental fees. The $300,000 balance we are seeking through a combination of resources. First, we need you, our generous donors, (over 400 faithful people) who have helped build this organization and kept it operating for 11 years to continue your support. Secondly, we have retained a grant-writer to help us find private grants and corporate sponsors to provide the balance needed to reach our $500,000 goal.

In addition to the $500,000 we receive 1.8 million dollars from in-kind donations. 1.5 million of that comes from food donations.  We are the fourth largest food pantry (based on pounds of food and people served) in the city of Chicago.  The other $300,000 comes from in-kind donations of materials and labor. As you can see, our continued obedience to the LORD has had amazing results. Thanks to the obedient Shepherd’s HOPE team and our financial supporters, we are all about to get a ringside seat to the LORD’s unleashing one great story of obedience. A journey of regular people working together to bear the burdens of their neighbors. Our prayer is that the results of our obedience will become contagious so that the people we serve and young people we mentor will one day become followers of JESUS CHRIST and ultimately become the leaders in their community bearing the burdens of their neighbors. ONLY GOD!

I don’t know about you, but I want to be a part of this story. There is only one thing keeping our story from becoming a reality.

“Our Obedience”

I can’t wait to see who the LORD uses this time to bring HIS plan to fruition. I love you all, Brian

Bear one another’s burdens


Winter is Here – Coats, Gloves, Hats and Scarfs Needed

Happy Winter

I want to thank the LORD and those of you that shared your resources so that the LORD’s mission at Shepherd’s HOPE can keep serving our neighbors. We are still doing renovations to certain areas of the building: electrical, painting, tile and general cleanup. There are areas in the building that need corner moldings and baseboards added and there are lockers to be painted, some floor tiles that need to be replaced and the ceiling throughout the building needs a fresh coat of paint. We are also working on what was the principal’s office so that at the beginning of 2020 we can move a dental and vision clinic in that space.

$$ We Need Your Help! $$

Shepherd’s HOPE what it is today, a bright shining light in a dark place getting brighter every day. We need everybody involved with Shepherd’s HOPE to pray to the LORD to see in what way HE wants them to get involved. THANK YOU, LORD!

When we were in the planning stages, while on my knees at the corner of 57th and Lowe, sharing with the LORD why this plan of HIS wouldn’t work, HE hesitated and quietly said, “All I want is for you to be obedient to my will and I will take care of the rest.” I said, “I can do that,” and we’ve been doing it ever since: from the 1.000 sq ft Food Pantry to the Feeding Center and now to THE CENTER. We’ve been told from day one by our inner circle, to the people from the community, businessmen, and clergy that this is not sustainable. You will never be able to raise enough money to keep serving your neighbors year after year. I told them that this is the LORD’s, not ours, and as long as we are obedient, trusting in HIM and HIM alone, with no false expectation and doing HIS will for HIS glory, HE will provide!

This is our 11th year of serving our neighbors during the holiday season. They said it is not sustainable, JESUS said trust no man and because we trusted HIM, Shepherd’s HOPE has become more than we could ever imagine. Because of this, the evil one has been relentless, attacking the ministry and myself, even using people in our inner circle.

Please keep us in your prayers

We are very grateful for your support!

We want to thank you, our support team, for trusting the LORD by sharing your hard-earned resources with the mission of Shepherd’s HOPE and for trusting us to use it for HIS glory so HIS kingdom can grow in this dark, depraved world.

I believe that if we all keep working together, sharing our gifts, talents, time and resources for HIS glory (Acts 2:45), the mission of Shepherd’s HOPE by sharing THE CENTER with GOD fearing ministries, GOD will show us things we have never seen or could imagine (Acts 2:43-44)


Without Christ followers working together and praying for each other, we will be easy prey for our spiritual enemies.  AMEN! AMEN!

Shepherd’s HOPE: 3 Goals for the Holiday Season

Thanksgiving Groceries

1)   Purchase enough food to provide 750 Thanksgiving grocery bags with all the fixin’s for a a meal for a family of four at a cost of $2.30 per person times 3000 people equals $6,900.00. The food has already been ordered and will be delivered on November 23, 2019.

Warm coats for the winter

2) To accumulate enough coats, hats, gloves and scarfs to keep 100 adults and 100 youth in our community warm this winter. Please help us by donating new or gently worn coats etc. or $50.00 for adult winter outerwear and $45.00 for youth winter apparel. We already have some coats etc. that have been donated, but we need many more to meet the need. We need all donated items by December 7, 2019.

Building renovation

3) We also need to raise $16,000 to complete the renovations of the building. This includes electrical work, painting, tile, corner molding and baseboard in hallways and the main office.

We want all the ministries sharing THE CENTER to know they are all equally part of this movement to eliminate the darkness and make Englewood a community of people seeking the light. As we all equally work together toward the same goal, we most certainly want it to be from the same perspective.

This mission is totally a team effort!

and you the people who share your hard-earned resources so GOD can be glorified are an integral part of that team! AMEN! AMEN! What a team it is! If you would like to become a part of this team, please feel free to contact us at 773-756-3535 ext 0 or send an email to

Thank you for your overwhelming generosity!



$91.60 Provides 10 families a Thanksgiving Meal
$916.00 Provides 100 families a Thanksgiving Meal
$3206.00 Provides 350 families a Thanksgiving Meal.

Operating Cost for Food Pantry & Family Feeding Center

$87.00 Will provide 1 hour of ministry
$700.00 Will provide 1 day of ministry
$3,500.00 Will provide 5 days of ministry
$ 7,000.00 Will provide 10 days of ministry
$21,000.00 Will provide 1 month of ministry

Find Your Place on the Rope


Grand Opening Success

Hi Everyone!

It is hard for me to wrap my head around the thought that the 2019 Holiday Season is upon us!

It seems like yesterday that we were setting up and getting ready to open The Food Pantry and The Family Feeding Center at 838 W Marquette Road. Actually, we have been providing food to over 1000 guests and their families per week for months now.

2020 is just around the corner and if it is anything like 2019, I can’t wait for it to start!

Our Grand Opening was successful; about 250 people attended the event. The ministry partners were very pleased with the interest generated by families that had no idea what this building was all about. If there was anything below expectations, it was the number of people from outside the community in attendance. GOD is in control. ( Click here to see photos of the event).

Goals for upcoming year

Our goal this year will be to promote education, job skills, adding more after school sports ministries, and sponsoring Friday evening events for the youth, teens and young adults of the Englewood community. These programs will be in addition to the ministries that are already operating.

The educational piece will focus on teaching people how to eat correctly through a class called The Basics of Culinary Medicine taught by a doctor from the University of Chicago. This class will show our neighbors how to prepare meals using healthy foods that will keep them vibrant so they can remain active as they age.

The job skills program will be overseen by a retired housing contractor who will be teaching the basics of carpentry, plumbing, electrical and HVAC. This program will include classroom instruction as well as hands on experience renovating buildings in the community. By GOD’s grace these buildings will be purchased by a church we have been working with for the past 5 years. ONLY GOD!

We are also working with a ministry that brings together fatherless young men and establishes one on one mentoring relationships using sports activities as a tool, teaching them how to live a Biblical life, which in turn, will build them into the leaders GOD created then to be.

The Friday evening events will begin in January, 2020, with the first event being an open mic event that will take place every fourth Friday. These events will have ex-drug addicts, victims of violence, ex-gang members and ex-drug dealers that will share their journeys out of darkness into the light as they explain how their introduction to JESUS CHRIST changed their lives. Following the presentations there will be a Q&A session. Our prayer is that after hearing these stories the youth, teens and young adults will think twice before they get involved with drugs, gangs or violence. To end the evening, refreshments will be served in the cafeteria after the event.

What a year this is going to be!

Continuing GOD’s Mission

None of this happens without you, the people GOD has chosen to support this ministry. Our dedicated staff has almost doubled in size and we have also increased the number of volunteers. All of this brings increased cost – in salaries, volunteer stipends (bus passes), supplies, truck rental, gas, and professional services. The monthly cost for Shepherd’s HOPE Food Pantry and Family Feeding Center (including our proportionate amount of rent to operate the building) is about $21.000/mo. In our increased space we are serving more people than ever, and we are able to share the LOVE of JESUS CHRIST in ways that weren’t possible in our original venues. THANK YOU, GOD!

That’s why Shepherd’s HOPE continues to need your support. The new building is in a position that if each ministry pays its rent, it is self-sustaining. Shepherd’s HOPE is an important cog in that wheel. We need your support so the LORD’s work can continue in this community.

By GOD’s grace and GOD’s grace alone the mission of Shepherd’s HOPE will continue to bring glory to HIS name.

A preacher that I have the highest regard for, in a sermon said that there are only two ministries in missions: either you are called to go down into the well where darkness prevails or you’re called to hold the rope for those who go down. Myself, our staff and volunteers are in the well every day. But to sustain our mission, we need you, our donors holding the rope, making sure we are not left down in the well with no way out. As this preacher said in closing, “If the people in the well and the people holding the rope don’t have scars on their hands, the mission does not survive and the advancement of GOD’s kingdom no longer prevails.”

We at Shepherd’s HOPE are entering uncharted waters, but with the LORD guiding the team, we are up for the challenge. We are adding new support team members all the time and we stand in awe of all you that have held the rope supporting us for the last ten years. We are working on a plan where a for-profit part of our mission will help support the mission of Shepherd’s HOPE in the future. That is still about 3-4 years away. In the meantime, we need your support more than ever!

Please grab onto the rope and keep the mission of Shepherd’s HOPE glorifying our LORD. We love you all and hope that you will find time to come down and visit us at THE CENTER of Englewood.

I miss you all!

Patrons enjoying a warm meal

1st Thanksgiving at the CENTER

Blessed Thanksgiving

Hope everything is well with you and yours! We had a great Thanksgiving Week at THE CENTER. It started 1) Saturday November 23rd when the first load of food for the holiday festivities was delivered. 2) Monday, November 25th, THE CENTER was alive again after receiving the final two loads of food. Watching our staff and volunteers putting everything in its place was a sight to behold. AMEN! AMEN!

A Great Week

3) Tuesday, November 26th, was finally here – the day we at Shepherd’s HOPE had been working toward for over a month. We were anticipating over 700 of our neighbors to grace THE CENTER for bags filled with a chicken or two and all the fixin’s for a Thanksgiving feast. We were blessed with a beautiful day despite the weather forecast. The rain held off until after 3 pm, the time we stopped serving. Thank you, LORD!
After all was said and done, we had served 675 of our neighbors for Thanksgiving and had shared 750 chickens and all the fixin’s for a Thanksgiving meal. ONLY GOD!

To See video clips of the day CLICK HERE

That was just the beginning of the Thanksgiving festivities at THE CENTER. Thursday, November 28th Thanksgiving at THE CENTER culminated with a hot Thanksgiving meal fit for a king! We shared these dinners with over 80 of our neighbors – along with seconds – and sweet potato pie for dessert. All this was prepared from scratch by our Feeding Center crew. They worked until 9 pm on Wednesday after serving our normal Wednesday lunch and were back at 6 am on Thursday to prepare for the 11 am start. Thank you, LORD, for the staff and volunteers at the Feeding Center!

What a dedicated group!

Relationship, Trust and Spiritual Growth

Thanksgiving is always a great reminder of the things we should be grateful for, not just at this time of the year, but every moment of every day. It always takes me back to 11 years ago and the things I was taught by the LORD in my first year of doing missionary work in Englewood. Serving as a missionary is totally different than serving according to the world. Serving Christ means growing; growing spiritually by helping others in need every day. Through being part of your neighbor’s lives on a regular basis we find that the people we are serving are just like us, going through similar struggles just with fewer resources. What we find out next is astounding; that it is not our abundance of resources that makes it easier to walk through our problems. It is only JESUS . As we become transparent and share our struggles with the people we serve, they open their hearts and share with us what they are going through. Then before we know it, JESUS becomes the center of conversation because HE is the only one that can walk us through our struggles. Then by the grace of JESUS we realize that we are both just doing life; it’s then we find that the ground is level at the foot of the cross. That is why we love serving our LORD! The end products of serving CHRIST are relationships, trust and spiritual growth, unlike serving in the world where the end product is just another feel good.

At Shepherd’s HOPE and THE CENTER we love serving our neighbors and watching them grow spiritually as we share the loving grace of JESUS with them by the way we live. This takes a team effort – from team members sharing their financial resources to boots on the ground 7 days a week. Consistently keeping the lines of communication open with our neighbors to comfort them in times of need and helping walk them through the problems and trials they face every day.

For this reason we were created, to glorify HIM and it takes a team all working together for the LORD to be able to bring this all to fruition. Thank you, LORD, for THE CENTER and all the ministries you have brought together to glorify yourself so that our neighbors can really see who you are – “The Great I Am.”

To make this all happen takes a great deal of time and money. Please consider us when giving during the holiday season and your end of the year giving.



Thank you for your support!

Merry Christmas to you and your family. We love you all and are praying that you and your family have a joyous and healthy 2020.
From all of us at Shepherd’s HOPE and THE CENTER, THANK YOU again for your continued financial support.


*Daily Operating Cost for Food Pantry and Family Feeding Center*

$87.00 Will provide 1 hour of ministry
$700.00 Will provide 1 day of ministry
$3,500.00 Will provide 5 days of ministry
$ 7,000.00 Will provide 10 days of ministry
$21,000.00 Will provide 1 month of ministry


Please pray for our ministry!

Opening of the Center

THE CENTER of Englewood is owned and operated by Shepherd’s HOPE, Ltd. and houses our Food Pantry and Family Feeding Center as well as By the Hand Club for Kids, First Defense Legal Aid, IMPACT Family Center, Pass-It-On Academy, New Hope Medical Clinic, God’s End Time Church and Xperience Church.

Being Our Brother’s Keeper = THE CENTER of Englewood

We are called to be salt and light in this community that is very familiar with darkness. This presents a great opportunity to share the LOVE of JESUS as we provide for our neighbors’ needs.

I can’t believe it is almost Labor Day 2019! In some ways, it seems like yesterday that we purchased the building the LORD has named “THE CENTER of Englewood.” For the last year and a half James 1:2-3 has been our life verse at Shepherd’s HOPE. Quote “(2) count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, (3) for you know the testing of your faith produces steadfastness.”

During this period, everyone who has remained on the Shepherd’s HOPE staff has grown in their relationship with JESUS CHRIST, but most of all in their trust for each other, because trials bring out the true character of a man.

As of July, THE CENTER of Englewood has 8 ministries operating in the building. We are serving our community 7 days a week. We have basketball camps using the gymnasium, community organizations meeting in our conference room, multipurpose room, cafeteria and auditorium. The ministries and the building are already well known in the community. When school starts in the fall, there will be between 400 – 650 children and adults a day utilizing the building with a pastor always on duty, 7 days a week. What a blessing to this community. AMEN!

We are still working on the building, upgrading the inside and outside, including the grounds around the building for our GRAND OPENING on September 21, 2019. We are looking forward to seeing you all there.  We will have a bounce house and games for the kids, hot dog and hamburger lunch for all, guided tours of the building as well as a ribbon cutting featuring Alderman Roderick Sawyer.

We are looking forward to seeing all of you and sharing with you – up close and personal – what our LORD is doing through Shepherd’s HOPE and all our ministry partners.

By God’s grace and your financial help, there are already teams working 7 days a week to glorify the LORD. The upkeep of the building, and the daily operation of the food pantry and feeding center, utilities, cleaning supplies, janitorial staff, and the security team along with the upgrades and repairs of the 50,000 sf building requires resources. Without you, our support team, the ministries would not be able to continue providing for the needs of our neighbors and in turn glorifying our LORD!

I want to thank all the members of our support team that have made this next step of this journey a reality. Over 10 years ago, when we started Shepherd’s HOPE, the LORD made it very clear that our obedience to HIS will is all that HE expects and HE will take care of the rest. Where HE takes us in the future will depend on that same obedience, because the journey’s all HIS and we are just along for the ride…and what a ride it has been!

I love you all and want to thank you in advance for your continued support! Hope to see you all at the Grand Opening on September 21, 2019.


Brian Anderson, Executive Director

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