Recently as Earlene Leming of the CA Aglow Prison Ministry stood between three “grads” in the living room of the Southern Area Field Coordinator’s home singing Christmas Carols together, her mind was fixed on another Christmas thirty years ago in a tiny Prison Chapel.
Augusta Odoteye, National Director, West Africa - This Jubilee Conference brought new awakening in our spiritual lives. Every one I spoke to is talking about the vision and plans they have conceived to take Aglow further in their nations. I am so excited, and this has encouraged me, giving me the hope of seeing great strides of the activities of Aglow, reaching homes, and making Aglow a household name in all of Africa.
Ada Kay Brown, Aglow officer in Kerrville, TX Community Lighthouse for Central Texas Area Aglow is a first responder volunteer, educated and skilled in American Sign Language and is a Deaf Support Specialist. She is also a volunteer with the American Red Cross serving since 2008. During Hurricane Harvey, Ada was deployed to San Antonio TX, on Friday August 25th after working at her local shelter for two days.
The Redding CA Community Lighthouse recently participated in Redding’s “City Connect 2017” event attended by over 500 people.
In May the Aglow Matteson IL (Single Moms) Generations Group held their yearly Appreciation Fashion Show and Luncheon for Single Moms.
Jeff Hilliard from Texas - This was my first trip with Aglow, but my second trip to Israel. What really stood out about this trip was the spiritual aspect.
Young people around the world have been impacted by GameChangers. Aglow leaders in Canada and Britain have led GameChangers processing groups with young adults, and now they are starting to lead processing groups for their peers. Each young person testifies to the life-changing results of understanding your identity in Christ.
On the National Day of Prayer, the San Francisco Peninsula Area Team did an outreach to several law enforcement stations bringing them food and messages of gratitude for their service to the community.
After seeing an exciting baseball game in Milwaukee, Bob and Faith Murray decided to get an early start the next morning so they could travel a good distance home before dark. Driving home, the weather turned from rain, to sleet, to a full-on snow storm.