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InYou mailout IN THE MAIL! (Love Laura Olson, USPS)

The 2017 InYou year-end (brief) newsletter is on the way! Thanks…

Brian Naylor shares testimony at DJJ

Brian Naylor "nailed it" sharing his story of a troubled teen…

InYou received a generous gift!

Thank you for this year-end gift and others who support the ministry…

Pray for Richard & Joseph in Rehab

I dropped off two "Refugees" (our houseless friends at FBS' Refuge…

"Refugees" help label InYou's year-end mailout.

Thanks to the three volunteer "houseless" friends who are learnign…

Scott shares "FENCES" illustration with Faith, Hope & Love Miinstry

Scott shared the session one lesson from "The FIRM Foundation:…

InYou Men's Discipleship...always a JOY!

Great meeting with Chip Banke and Brian Naylor this am. Nothing…

InYou begins mid-week Bible study with the homeless.

This morning I began a mid-week Bible study for my "houseless"…

Refuge Christmas Party 2017

Refuge volunteers served 50 "houseless" friends a Christmas finger…

Scott shares “FENCES” illustration with Faith, Hope & Love Miinstry

Scott shared the session one lesson from “The FIRM Foundation: Jesus Christ” with several men from Michael Archer’s ministry this morning at 8:00 am. FHL is a ministry to men who have graduated a recovery program and need transitional housing, jobs, and accountability.

InYou Men’s Discipleship…always a JOY!

Great meeting with Chip Banke and Brian Naylor this am. Nothing like authentic men encouraging one another to find their completeness in Christ alone.

InYou begins mid-week Bible study with the homeless.

This morning I began a mid-week Bible study for my “houseless” friends from FBS’ Refuge ministry. We met at the public library but immediately outgrew the room and FBS agreed to allow us to use a room in the MPact office nest week. 8:30-10 am each week.

Refuge Christmas Party 2017

Refuge volunteers served 50 “houseless” friends a Christmas finger foods buffet and gifts of blankets, Refuge-logo “hoodies,” gift cards, and more. Ralph and I were Santa and his Elf. Ralph lived in his car until MPact was able to get him qualified for housing. He now stands at the door each Sunday morning, checking off the names as our “houseless” friends as they come in for showers, Bible study, and breakfast.