Today marks another joyous celebration as more CARE participants make the decision to turn there lives over to Christ. Today Kerry Creech, Angel Rosario and Terry Adkins made the choice and committed. Bob carried through the baptismal process and we welcome our new brothers. This is what CARE Tallahassee strives for!
Once again CARE came together in fellowship to celebrate Easter. Bob provided a small history and provided prayer while George and Lee and other participants helped setup and prepare a fantastic meal. We would like to thank everyone who participated and give thanks to our Lord and Savior for the many blessings CARE and its staff and participants receive.
With Gods grace CARE received a blessing of a new asphalt driveway. Everyone here at CARE is grateful for this new renovation with the hope that it will help our ministry further by sustaining and improving conditions so our staff, participants, and volunteers can succeed in their efforts to glorify God and help others.
Today we gathered for fellowship with our friends Kevin and Rachel Graham from Thomasville Road Baptist Church. The Grahams provided and served a fantastic meal to CARE. We are grateful that Kevin and Rachel took the time to stay after and enjoy our evening service with our guest speaker Dan Evans. We appreciate our Christian friends and look forward to more fellowship with the men and staff.
Care always goes all out when it comes to celebrating Christmas and giving our residents all we can is part of that celebration. Bob gave some spiritual guidance and history of Christmas while Mary also provided wisdom and kind words as she spoke during the celebration. We also would like to thank our management team George and Lee who always make sure Care runs like a well oiled machine.
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Care Tallahassee is proud to announce that our participant Kerry Creech has been nominated By the National Honor Society ( National Society of Leadership and Success ) At TCC. Kerry Is currently working towards his A.S in Programming and Web Development and is currently holding a 4.0 GPA for his first semester. Below is the letter he received from the office of Academic Affairs! Way to go Kerry!!! Keep up the Good Work!
Today Care headed out to give food to those in need and assisted in delivery to over 1000 people. We are very proud of those participants who volunteered their time and effort.
Michael Knight accepted Jesus as his Lord and savior while at CARE. His baptism demonstrates his obedience to Jesus Christ. Care held a baptismal service with our friends from Thomasville Road Baptist Church. Michael, a former satanic cult worshipper has long seen darkness at its core and we are so glad he has made the decision to come to Christ. We here at CARE are seeing great things in Michael and will do everything we can to help him in this new journey.