Giving Christmas to those in need

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Giving Christmas to those in need

hunter davis

It's the holiday season. Send a gift to those that need it most. Giving Christmas meets the needs of those in our programs.

My God is Present

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My God is Present

hunter davis

Join us for our monthly prayer, My God is Present. God is always there for us even when we do not see him.

The Shift in Security Amidst Support

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The Shift in Security Amidst Support

hunter davis

There are a lot of transitions that participants need to make both physically and mentally. What are some of these shifts and what do they look like practically.

7 Pillars of a Freedom Palace

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7 Pillars of a Freedom Palace

jcharleston

by Graham Bufford Director of Aftercare/CLCC “Wisdom has built a palace supported on seven pillars.” – Proverbs 9:1 TLB Long term and sustained recovery is more than possible! It’s actually very likely if one practices wisdom and remains committed to God’s principles and processes. The following are seven pillars on which to build a healthy

Never Settle

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Never Settle

jcharleston

by Macy – a Foundry Program Participant My name is Macy. I was born in ’91 in Jacksonville, Florida. I grew up in the church, and I knew of God, but I never knew him. Had I known of His great love for me, I never would’ve gone looking and settling for unhealthy love. Settling

Speak Life

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Speak Life

jcharleston

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” When I was a little girl, my sister and I used to play a silly little game, where we would call each other food names as insults.  For example, Cabbage was a very hurtful food name. The more unappealing the food, the

Seeking Wisdom through Wise Questions

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Seeking Wisdom through Wise Questions

jcharleston

by Graham Bufford Director of Aftercare/CLCC “Don’t be fools, then, but try to find out what the Lord wants you to do.” -Ephesians 5:17 GNB Effort is defined simply as a vigorous or determined attempt. Through the Law of Reaping and Sowing, we will reap the fruits of whatever seeds of effort we sow, be

A Brand New Person

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A Brand New Person

hunter davis

I was losing everything a little bit at a time. . . Since the age of 12, Holly had been “in control.” When her mother died, she took responsibility for her younger sister. She believed she was in control too when she started using drugs in her late 20’s. I can stop when I want

Was It You Who Gave on #GivingTuesday?

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Was It You Who Gave on #GivingTuesday?

julia charleston

Tuesdays have a great potential. For example, #TacoTuesday is a great day. It can mean crunchy, soft, spicy or mild—with all the trimmings. (Extra cheese and guacamole, anyone?)  For the price of a taco, you can transform #TacoTuesday to #GivingTuesday to reshape a life and make a permanent impact—with all the trimmings of joy, peace

Yada Even the Fleas

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Yada Even the Fleas

julia charleston

How do we find an attitude of gratitude when life sucks? When things don't go our way? When the train is stuck on the tracks and we can't get to where we need to go? Or our kids won't speak to us? Or we get a bad diagnosis from the doctor? Or the checkbook math isn't making sense and our bills pile up?

A Day in the Life...

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A Day in the Life...

julia charleston

There are many misconceptions about the work we do here at The Foundry. It’s hard to understand the rigorous schedule a program participant keeps unless you are here on property witnessing it with your own eyes. I pray this article helps quash all mistaken impressions about the work we do here at The Foundry. The

Got Questions?

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Got Questions?

julia charleston

We often get asked many questions about the counseling that is offered here at The Foundry. Check out these common FAQs put together by Graham Bufford, The Foundry Ministries Director of Aftercare. What type of counseling best describes what is offered at The Foundry? The type of counseling The Foundry Ministries offers is best defined

Show You Care with Boxes of Hope

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Show You Care with Boxes of Hope

stephanie

This Thanksgiving we’ll distribute more than 150 Boxes of Hope—each including a turkey and all the ingredients for a Thanksgiving feast—to families in need throughout our community. Gather your friends, family, co-workers or church group and head to your local grocery store to fill a box of hope. Decorate your box and leave a special Thanksgiving

The Power of Prayer

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The Power of Prayer

stephanie

“Each prayer is like a seed that gets planted in the ground. It disappears for a season, but it eventually bears fruit that blesses future generations. In fact, our prayers bear fruit forever.” ― Mark Batterson, Draw the Circle: The 40 Day Prayer Challenge In the middle of our most difficult circumstances we often search

Donate Your Car!

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Donate Your Car!

stephanie

Selling your car can be extremely frustrating! Take a moment and explore the benefits of donating your car to the Foundry instead. Sell it on your own: Gather all the facts about your car and list your car in a 3rd party listing like Auto Trader Pay $25 or more to list your car Receive