October Volunteer of the Month: Barb Kirby

Meet Our October Volunteer of the Month…Barb Kirby. Mrs. Barb works in the Thrift Shop several days a week and is also a Bucks for Books volunteer reader in the schools. Barb comes in every time we call her to fill in…and that is a lot! She is a member at...
Reflections of 2016

Reflections of 2016

Farewell to 2016. As we approach the end of another year, we can’t help but pause and reflect on the blessings of 2016. We began the year excited about our new partnership with House of Raeford. In January, we completed our “Chicken Room” and began...
10 Ways to Help LICS this Christmas

10 Ways to Help LICS this Christmas

It’s the most wonderful time of the year….for many of us. However, there are many others who are not so jolly this time of year. Maybe they have lost a loved one, a child, are battling physical abuse, dealing with health complications, drug addiction,...

Featured Success Story: Jessica

Meet 30 year-old Jessica*. (*Name changed) She recently came through our doors for help. For the past 5 years of her life, she has been in a physically abusive relationship. She decided one night that enough was enough. Whatever she had to leave – clothes, cars, food,...
Theology Thursday:: Tribe

Theology Thursday:: Tribe

So, last night there was a major game going on… that lasted all. night. long. For both Cubs and Indian fans, it was a nail-biter indeed, going into an extra inning and to top it off, there was a 30 minute rain delay in between the ninth and tenth inning....

Executive Director, Robin, wins Community Builder Award

We were so excited that Robin Bowers, our Executive Director was awarded the Mungo Homes Community Builder Award by WIS-TV on Tuesday, August 9th. Check out the story below, from WIS. Click here to see the story. wistv.com – Columbia, South Carolina  ...
Theology Thursday: Weather Stripping

Theology Thursday: Weather Stripping

Well, it’s here. The plague of triple digit days in South Carolina.  We know it’s going to happen; it happens every year. However, every single year, it seems worse than the year before. Getting stuck to the car seat, melted makeup, frizzy hair, and a...
School Supply Drive

School Supply Drive

It’s that time again! We are currently collecting school supplies to give out to families and children who need them across our county. Although we will gladly take any supplies, the following items are most-needed at this time: Full Size Book Bags (no wheels)...
Theology Thursday: On My Lips

Theology Thursday: On My Lips

I love music. I think that music playing is a background, a scene setter. Music has the power to set the tone for an evening, cheer up your soul, help you focus on a task, remember a time, or a person. Music is universal. In fact, it is a neurological process that...
Theology Thursday: Seasons

Theology Thursday: Seasons

Monday was the ‘official’ first day of Summer. I have always found it so funny that we have ‘official’ days to start seasons. I understand why we do with the equinox and solstice and blah blah blah, but it does always make me chuckle to think...
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