Our guests tonight were staff members, Anthony and Phyllis Frazier. Anthony shared his personal testimony. His key text was, “The Lord himself goes before you and will be with you; He will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged.” Deuteronomy 31:8. This text became real to Anthony after
This evening we gathered at our home in Madison for Vespers and to open our Christmas gifts. The snacks prepared by the group were tasty. The men received gifts from the Madison Women’s Club and the staff. What a blessing! We wish you a Merry Christmas! As you gather with family and friends, may the
Words are inadequate to describe our sadness and sorrow as we saw up close the devastation caused by the tornado. We filled our trucks with items from the trailers and contacted families in the neighborhoods, those living in hotels and surrounding areas, giving them cash, Walmart gift cards, food, clothes, and other items. We prayed
We will be leaving in two 20 ft. trailers on Monday taking food, water , clothing, hygienes, paper goods and lots of other items to the tornado victims in Mayfield, KY. Several churches, neighbors, businesses, friends and people we don’t even know, were so generous in giving to help these victims. Please pray that we
Today our Bible Study Group enjoyed our annual Christmas potluck luncheon at Linda Hill’s house. She set the table with her fine china fit for a ‘Queen’ and we felt so special. The food was simply delicious. We exchanged gifts and certainly enjoyed out time together. There’s nothing like God’s family!
Graduate Joins the Staff 11-6-21 On Friday, graduate Anthony Frazier and his wife Phyllis, moved here to Huntsville to join the staff. We are so happy to have them as part of our team. We welcomed them for Sabbath dinner, and we all enjoyed one of our favorite meals, haystacks. Anthony graduated from DAP
Okay Subject: DAP Christmas “Lights 💡 for Christ” 12-2-21 Christmas 🎄 ⛄️ is the most wonderful time of the year! We are all in the Christmas spirit! Cliff and the guys are stringing lights and hanging wreaths around the House. Our 10 acres next to the Recovery Home show our emblematic – Faith, Hope