Johnson Street Church of Christ visited the Arms of Hope-Medina Campus for their annual week of service. They prepared meals, chopped cedar, cleared fences and led devotionals. Thank you Kevin Huddleston and the Johnson Street group for showing love to our residents!
Abilene Christian University’s agricultural department arrived at Arms of Hope – Medina Campus on October 12, 2012. They were an amazing blessing to our campus in the short weekend they were here. While they were here, they worked in our commissary organizing inventory, helped clean out pens for our kids participating in the Bandera Stock Show and helped decorate mums for our kid’s homecoming next week. Here at [...]
On Saturday, August 25, 2012, more than 140 people gathered on the Arms of Hope Boles Campus for the groundbreaking of the Paul and Mary Lou Winkler Hospitality Center. Each year the Boles Campus has over 1,000 visitors, mostly volunteers, many of whom will now stay in this facility upon its completion. These visitors include church, college, business and other volunteer groups or families of our residents who [...]
Kevin Huddleston brought down 33 on June 10th, 2012, and what an impact they made. They blessed us with work projects, facilitating our worship Wednesday night, serving us dinner and providing a VBS program one day for our Single Mother’s kids. It was an amazing week! Thank you so much Kevin and Johnson Street for always serving our campus in the way Christ meant for us to serve. [...]
On Friday, November 18th, KABB Fox San Antonio ran a fantastic piece about the Arms of Hope Raiders. Arms of Hope sponsors this inner-city football team/cheerleaders by providing equipment and leading weekly devotionals that encourage the Christian faith and character building. Terry Drake, Director of Outreach Ministry, was interviewed and did a great job explaining the difference Arms of Hope makes in these disadvantaged children’s lives. [...]
When an ACU shuttle bus veered into a ditch and crashed at an intersection near Ballinger, the students and faculty from the Department of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences were heading south toward Medina Children’s Home, a campus 40 miles northwest of San Antonio, for their annual mission trip. Medina Children’s Home, part of the not-for-profit Christian care organization Arms of Hope, assists orphans, at-risk youth and single-mother families. [...]