First Choice: Speaking to the Hearts of Moms and Dads

First Choice Women’s Medical Center is not just about being pro-life but also pro-abundant life. Those at the center know that each time a mom chooses life for her baby, she needs a lot of support to bring that baby into the world. “And ultimately, we know the truth is that the greatest need of […]

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Closet of Love: Providing Compassion and Necessities for Foster Care Children and Families

Sonya Sheets took her passion to care for children and turned it into a growing ministry that offers compassion to those in the foster care program and throughout the department of human resources. Closet of Love, founded in 2019, collects new and gently used infant, child, and teen-related items and gives them to those in […]


Ministries for Mom: Community, Encouragement, Spiritual Growth

Moms who pray together, and for each other – and who understand the spiritual and community benefits of gathering – find that connection matters. They meet locally in groups – large and small – and find ways to give to each other and the region, and do so through prayer, outreach, and through the hopes […]


Let God Arise Ministry: Ministering God’s Love in City and County Jails

When Tom Bridges walks into jails and prisons to minister to inmates, he has one goal: that they understand what unconditional love of Jesus Christ is. That they understand it is not what they “get” in life, but what they give away.That life is not always about receiving, but what we provide our neighbors God’s […]


Rooftop Friends: Come Ready to be Loved

Rooftop Friends provides caregivers the freedom to sit alone with a cup of coffee, while at the same time, offer joy, laughter, and new “buddies” for children and young adults with disabilities. The ministry of Young Meadows Presbyterian Church in Montgomery serves families by providing respite times for caregivers in conjunction with activities and events […]

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theLAUNCHmission: Finding a Faith Community After High School

Tommy McGregor remembers not connecting well witha Christian community his first couple of years in college –and becoming a self-described wanderer. While he grew up in an ideal Christian environment inhigh school, the transition to college didn’t include the fourmajor influences he believes Christian high school students need to help them grow in their faith: […]

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Young Adult: Rooted Disciples Who Disciple Others

There is a vibrant world of Young Adult groups in churches that live on faith, friendship – and most importantly, the word of God. They are in their 20s, 30s, and 40s, and use ages in terms of -ish, because they don’t want to exclude anyone from any decade. They work together to dig into […]

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Allowing God to Multiply in My World

After I purchased a new car a couple of years ago, I began seeing it everywhere – when, before the purchase, hadn’t truly given it any thought whatsoever. To be honest, I don’t even like the car. Go figure.Now I see it in every color. I see it in every city I’m in – within […]

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Love Loud Montgomery: Meeting Human Needs, Planting Gospel Seeds

Love Loud Montgomery wants their guests to know they arenot only in a safe place but they are heard. LLM can provide more than just nutritional needs;they also help the spirit. Formerly known as Forest Park Ministry Center, Love Loud offers a Client-Choice food pantry helping to feed those living in generational poverty and those […]

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Letting God Meet You “Right Now”

A friend recently shared a message with me from an author who talked about relationships and how people are only capable of showing up exactly how they are “right now.” That they can only meet us to the extent that they’ve met themselves. And I loved it. It’s easy to think of current or past […]