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Hairvana - Hair Cut Fundraiser

Check it out! We offering haircuts after second service! Gossip Salon will be doing hair cuts for a donation to the youth group youth camp in July. Sunday April 5th from 1-3pm!  ...

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Community Resource Guide

Community Resource Guide

The December 26, 2019 update to the community resource document is now live! Ever wonder how you can help someone in the community with food or shelter or recovery who needs a hand up or even a hand out? Share this document. Download it. Print it. Keep it in your car. Give it away to people. If you want the original .Docx file so you can change the cover page and make it your own – just message me with an email address and I will happily send it to you. Please......

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Thank You from Uganda!

Thank You from Uganda!

I want to say thank you from every lady and young girl who received their very first bra in Uganda. This church alone gave over 300 bras. Another 250 or more came with other team members. We gave bras to 3 different villages. One older lady was so happy she found 3 to fit her. She put all 3 on and left one side of her shirt down the rest of the day, she was so proud to show the world her new under garments. I have never seen so much joy......

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Competition showcases artistic talent, personal strength

WINCHESTER — Howard Gray said he’s grateful for finding sobriety in 1980 “because at least I got to enjoy the ’70s in full.” The Ashburn native got a huge laugh from those who packed the house Saturday night at the third annual Recovery’s Got Talent in the Winchester Medical Center Conference Center on Amherst Street. Gray opened the talent competition with an acoustic performance of Bob Seger’s “Turn the Page,” a fitting song for an evening designed to celebrate the many talents of people who have overcome life-threatening addictions to alcohol and drugs.......

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Tournament touts the advantages of clean living

WINCHESTER — As the Winchester area continues to battle a deadly opioid crisis, the Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition is emphasizing the importance of avoiding the pitfalls of addiction. To spread that message, the coalition and Grace Downtown of Winchester church sponsored a Play for Prevention basketball tournament Sunday at James Wood High School. Seven teams comprised of student athletes, police and court officials, people in recovery and those who support the cause battled it out in a single-elimination tournament for bragging rights and to promote a substance-free lifestyle. Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholland watched from......

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It’s Monday

Good Morning! It’s Monday. I don’t like Mondays. Monday is the day I remember everything that I forgot Over the weekend and can’t remember what it is I’m supposed to be doing the rest of the week. It’s easy, too easy to get frustrated with the seeming insanity of school, home, friends and work. It’s morning like this where I find myself getting lost in a sea of mental stress that sometimes, just sometimes all I need is a simple Bible Verse to get my head screwed back on straight again. This......

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