Tag Archives: Salvation Army

The Fishing Shack


My front porch had collapsed a year or so ago, so a men’s group from Temple Baptist Church came and rebuilt it, leaving off the roof portion. I had the posts and roofing piled up out in the yard waiting … Continue reading

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January 2011 Newsletter


Go Fish Ministries, Inc.  News Letter   Jan.1, 2011 Jesus said: Follow me and I will make you fishers for the souls of others.  Matthew 4:19 Sis. Kimberly Hartfield, B.S. M.S. Christian Counselor                   Contact or unsubscribe: gofishbooks@gmail.com Counselors’ Corner Well … Continue reading

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An Argument for Religious Based Social Services


Religious based social services, certainly, is not a new idea.  Social services have been the primary responsibility of the churches down through the ages. “Churches and synagogues have traditionally provided a wide array of community health and welfare services as … Continue reading

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What I am Angry About and What Would Jesus Get Angry About?


What I am Angry About and What Would Jesus Get Angry About? ©2008 Kimberly Hartfield             Anger is something I have been accused of lately, so I thought about some of the things that have made me angry over the … Continue reading

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An Overview of the Salvation Army and the Boys and Girls Club Programs


An Overview of the Salvation Army and the Boys and Girls Club Programs ©2008, 2009 Kimberly Hartfield Social services have been the primary responsibility of the churches down through the ages. While federally funded programs like food stamps and welfare … Continue reading

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Are You Out of Work? What Do You Do Now?


Are You Out of Work? What Do You Do Now?   Have you recently lost a job or just now entering the work force and can’t find a job? Is your family dependant on unemployment benefits or worse yet, government … Continue reading

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