These words are ringing true for one of our B2H Mom’s as she celebrates one year of sobriety!
I’m only human, I’m just a woman.
Help me believe in what I could be
And all that I am.
Show me the stairway, I have to climb.
Lord for my sake, teach me to take
One day at a time.
One day at a time sweet Jesus
That’s all I’m asking from you.
Just give me the strength
To do every day what I have to do.
Yesterday’s gone sweet Jesus
And tomorrow may never be mine.
Lord help me today, show me the way
One day at a time.
B2H Graduate April Walker was interviewed by three middle school students from Barcelona Middle School. These students are a part of the gifted program and were participating in a Student Documentary Project. This group of students identified homelessness as their cause to research. They video interviewed April and B2H Staff Sallie Jarboe asking questions regarding April’s journey with B2H and how her life was changed for the better. They also asked how B2H impacts the community we live in.
The students learned that by changing the path of one family it makes a positive difference in the community we all live in. April shared she is now 11 years sober, married, employed full time and a home owner. The children were able to see how these attributes positively affect our community.
We are thankful to the student’s teacher for providing an opportunity for The Bridge to Hope to share our ministry of hope and healing. We trust April’s testimony will positively impact the students as they grow and become adults.
B2H March 2014 Newsletter
We hope you all enjoy our latest B2H Newsletter!
“Jayson Loves….” by a Bridge Kid
“Jayson Loves…My house and my baby brother, my big brother, my Mommy and my toys! I love my other family that brings me to church!” 2/14/14
Thank You La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church for your love ending homelessness one family at a time. Happy Valentine’s Day
Thank you Christown Target for donating $50 worth of diapers to The Bridge to Hope, Inc. :)