Zeke’s inspiring story has been floating around on Facebook, and we wanted to share the whole story with you. One day as Zeke was driving with his parents they were stopped at an intersection where a homeless man was standing with a sign. . .
When it comes to women with children there are completely understandable defense-mechanisms that take careful time and attention to address as mothers learn to decipher between who is trustworthy and who is not. We use specific material to help give women the tools they need to reflect on the safety of others so that they can decide how to move forward in their relationships.
We have been talking a lot about generational healing this year – a concept that embodies the ripple effect of one person’s life-transformation. Misti and her son are a great example, as we have already seen the ways in which Jaxon’s life has been changed and is on the path toward a healthier future.
The programs at Shepherd’s House Ministries have a large outdoor activity component, and Cash is one that facilitates frequent rock climbing trips with both the Men and Women’s Center residents. If you are a climber or have been on a climbing excursion, you have most likely experienced the fear, thrill, adrenaline, and community that serves as a unique bonding agent amongst the group. Cash takes me through a specific excursion that holds a special place in his memory: “We head into the canyon. . .