Home. How often do we take home for granted? For Joey, home became a place that wasn’t the best place for him to be. He needed a fresh start, with a new group of friends surrounding him. Friends who would support him on his journey to a new life.
In 1997, Choices Pregnancy Services (formally New Beginnings Pregnancy Services) was born in Siloam Springs. The motivation was the need for a service to show the non-judgmental love of Christ to all those involved in difficult situations during pregnancy. .
There’s an organization right here in NWA that God is using to profoundly impact little lives thousands of miles away and make a big impact on communities! Founded in 2015, 2nd Milk is a non-profit organization committed to saving the lives of malnourished and orphaned infants in Africa and around the globe.
Most of the time when I think of homelessness I picture people sleeping on park benches in the midst of a bustling city. But, that’s not always what the homelessness looks like, especially in Northwest Arkansas.
Samaritan Community Center (SCC) has been part of the NWA community since 1989 where they serve the hurting and hungry of NWA. Samaritan Community Center serves the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of the community.
For many, a college diploma is something that we rarely think about. Maybe it's in a drawer, maybe it hangs on a wall in your office, often its taken for granted. But for the recipients of Single Parent Scholarships a college diploma opens a door to a future that many thought were out of reach for them.
For most parents a trip to the movies with the kids is a pretty typical occasion. But for some families going to the movies is something they've only dreamed of, until AIM made it possible for them.
It's hard to pay attention to much of anything when you walk into a room and are greeting by a great big smile and deep brown eyes from the cutest 7 month old little boy. Elohim grabbed my attention the moment I saw him.
It’s a big year for Kind at Heart Ministries. In 2018 they are celebrating their 10 year anniversary of helping aging neighbors here in our community. What started as one man’s connection with local nursing home residents has grown to involve hundreds of individuals and thousands of volunteer hours.
Hearing that you child has been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness is one of the hardest things a parent can face. In one moment life completely changes for the whole family. Hospitals and therapy and pharmacies become the new normal.