The Foundry Way

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The Foundry Way

hunter davis

The Foundry Way The Foundry Way is a philosophy and a process. First, why The Foundry Way? In an effort to avoid the pitfall that so many organizations have fallen into, our leadership recognized that we needed to create a framework to build program services upon. A framework that was not staff-dependent or personality-driven would

Ralph: Fifty for Fifty

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Ralph: Fifty for Fifty

hunter davis

Ralph: Fifty Stories for Fifty Years Close your eyes and imagine what someone struggling with an addiction looks like. There’s a good chance that what you imagined looks nothing like Ralph. The phrase, “You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover,” normally means, the inside is better than the outside. For Ralph, it was just

2020: A Year in Review

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2020: A Year in Review

hunter davis

2020: A Year in Review Despite the many difficulties of 2020, The Foundry achieved some impactful accomplishments. We celebrated 117 graduates that navigated their recovery journeys, a journey that is hard enough without the stresses of a pandemic. Our logistic and distribution team implemented a new dispatch system, which streamlines our donation pickups and provides

Judy: Fifty for Fifty

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Judy: Fifty for Fifty

hunter davis

Judy: Fifty Stories for Fifty Years My name is Judy, and I live in Fultondale. I have two children, six grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. I knew I needed help when I lost another job and was bout to lose my house again. My children said they no longer wanted to see me and prevented me

Year Theme: Elevate

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Year Theme: Elevate

hunter davis

But he brought us out from there to bring us in and give us the land he promised on oath to our ancestors. Deuteronomy 6:23 The story of Moses is one of ins and outs. He fled out of his home after killing a slavemaster and returned to Egypt to confront Pharaoh. He led the

Thank You for a GREAT 2019!

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Thank You for a GREAT 2019!

hunter davis

Thank You for a GREAT 2019! As 2019 draws to a close and we reflect on the blessings we have received this year, we cannot help but to think of you. Your support has been a treasured asset to this ministry that we cannot operate without. We are grateful for every prayer you have prayed

White Flag of Surrender

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White Flag of Surrender

erin bentley

But whenever someone turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away. For the Lord is the Spirit, and wherever the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. So all of us who have had that veil removed can see and reflect the glory of the Lord. and the Lord—who is the Spirit—makes us

Hearts of Hope 2018

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Hearts of Hope 2018

julia charleston

Hearts of Hope is an annual luncheon we hold to raise awareness and financial support for our Women’s Recovery Program. Local TV news anchor Sherri Jackson will emcee and The Foundry’s own CEO, Micah Andrews, will interview women in or a graduate of our recovery program. This year, we are unveiling Transformation: Inside a Reshaped

Repairing the Broken

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Repairing the Broken

julia charleston

by Larisa Lambert Mills I go back to it time and again. It’s become a reliable guide and encouragement through my day-to-day work and the way my relationship with the Lord connects with that work. It’s real. and relatable. Here is a blessing from it for you: “… If we would do what he told

Coin in the Mouth of the Fish

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Coin in the Mouth of the Fish

julia charleston

Silently, I prayed for guidance to do the right thing. My heart wanted to help him out, but my logic was trying to overrule. My husband had been unemployed for 8 months. I really didn’t need any financial burden, no matter how minor. I reasoned that if I gave the guy sitting in my office

Expecting Miracles in 2018

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Expecting Miracles in 2018

julia charleston

“You are the God who performs miracles; you display your power among the peoples.” Psalm 77:14 (NIV) A community of farmers from a drought ridden Midwest town called on the pastor of the local church to set up a prayer meeting. Their livelihood had been threatened by the lack of rain, so they decided to