The Latest Installment of Hope – Bo Hayth’s Story

I won a piece of Recycled Hope from a silent auction. I’ve had it since March & have prayed over it making sure it was given in Gods timing not mine. I am sending it to a 20y/o man in the military whose mom was killed by a hit and run driver 6/8/2014 in Madison […]

The Latest Installment of Hope – Rebecca Putman’s Story

Last week, I got together with old friends from High School and put on a musical event and silent auction to raise funds for a former alum who is struggling with stage 4 cancer. We knew he needed a boost of Hope from his friends! I gave this necklace to the event on behalf of […]

Recycling Hope – Pam Cunningham’s Story

On December 8, 2013 I purchased a “Hope” key chain for one of my sisters who has been away from the Lord for over 30 years. I knew she was who needed to be given hope. I planned to give her the charm for Christmas along with a letter pouring my heart out to her […]

The Latest Installment of Hope – Cory English’s Story

I visited your church in mid-December while staying with my sister, Kathy Campbell. On December 23 we were scheduled to pick up our granddaughter to come live with us. She is 16, and has had a chaotic childhood, with multiple obstacles to any hope of a good transition to adulthood. In December, she was being […]

Buy It. Give It. Tell It.

The Vision: Recycling Hope Recycling Hope is first and foremost an outreach initiative and secondarily a fundraiser. Tim Vetters is helping a team of high school students turn old silverware into meaningful jewelry. He’s helping them recycle. But we are not recycling merely marketplace goods. It is not so cheap a project. We are recycling like […]