FUNDRAISER “IN DOOR” YARD SALE
JANUARY 30th and 31st (9am to 5pm)
403 THOMPSON ST., SHELBYVILLE
(Old Pawn Shop)
PROCEEDS TO THE FOLLOWING MINISTRIES
“FRESH START MINISTRIES”
Fresh Start Center of Shelbyville is tailored for those who recognize they have a life-controlling problem and need assistance in a structured environment that is firmly rooted in Christian principles.
“WOMEN OF GRACE”
The Women of Grace recovery program provides the ladies a home-like environment while focusing on their relationship with Jesus Christ.
“TRUTH AND NAILS”
Transforms lives by teaching Trades and the TRUTH of JESUS CHRIST.
I am excited to join the Board of Women of Grace because teaching Recovery, through Christ, is a call the Lord put on my life after delivering me from drugs in 2005. I have lived out my recovery through God’s grace by continuing to teach Recovery through His word using a Biblical Based 12 step Program. I am an active member of Midland Height’s Baptist Church where I serve on the Praise team singing and on the Women’s Ministry team. I am married to Chad Boyce and we have 2 children, Bryce (13yrs) and Briley Kay (4yrs) and we live in Wartrace. I have worked for Bob Parks Realty for 17 years selling Real Estate in Middle Tennessee. I sponsor several recovering addicts and I am always honored to be a part of God’s ministry that helps to save lives!
We welcome our newest resident Nikki to Women of Grace.
May God bestow his Blessing upon you.
This week we welcome Liz, Tammy and Jamie to WOG. All are doing well and adapting to their new environment. Please keep them in your prayers. God Bless.
Sandi gave her testimony at World Outreach as she has completed the Celebrate Recovery program. Sandy graduates from WOG at the end of May and is a shining star that will change many lives for Christ.
Sandy and I attended the Women’s Conference today with the women from Bro. Witmer’s church. We were blessed. Sandy’s grandmother and her cousin were there. When we walked in and sat down in the chapel, she saw them on the other side of the room. She was delighted to see them and had had no expectation of knowing anyone there. Later on, after lunch, the leader of the conference spotted her and placed her as one of the children she had worked with in the past there at the campground. Sandy had stated going in that she had pleasant memories from going there as a child. She had no idea her former counselor would be there or that she would be one of the leaders of the conference.
God has such beautiful plans for all of us. Of note, Sandy just decided she would go with me within the last two days. She turned down my initial invitation. We were both blessed beyond measure.
Unfortunately, the young woman who Brother Witmer had in mind for the house, has relapsed. She did not come today. I told Mrs. Witmer that we would be in prayer for her. I passed out all of my business cards and left a handbook and application with Mrs. Witmer.
All of the women were interested in our facility and expressed a desire to come and tour at some point in the future. Sandy shared a lot of her testimony at the lunch table and they were obviously blessed. Sandy is very poised. I think we will be hearing more from them. Just wanted to share a little praise report with you. We are so grateful to all of you for your service and for God’s call on your lives. Thank you for letting us serve God in this way. Love to you all. Kay & Sandy