Thursday, December 13, 2018

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Reclaim men from addiction 
Rebuild them in Christ 
Restore them to productive service

Merry Christmas from His Way

His Way Staff

Thank you for making 2018 a 
great year at His Way!

2018 was a year of progress and growth at His Way. We completed and moved into our Community Outreach Center earlier this year, giving us new office, meeting, and classroom space, as well as a commercial kitchen and large dining area so all our residents can enjoy quality meals together. I'm pleased to report that we now have room for over 40 men to live at His Way and participate in our recovery program. This year, we've been able to celebrate 35 men graduating our program, bringing our total number of graduates up to 285.

"Growth" is often a theme in these holiday messages and at His Way events. Our recent focus over the last few years has been on increasing the residential capacity at His Way. We still have a very long waiting list, and we want to help as many men and families as possible. That type of physical growth at His Way will still be a priority for us over the next couple of years, but I want to suggest a different, potentially more powerful growth.

Over the last 11 years, I've enjoyed a front row seat to watch more and more of you become involved with His Way and our mission of Christ centered recovery. Small groups are regularly visiting our campus to bring meals, lead devotionals, play games, and build positive relationships with our residents. Local pastors and ministers are providing important counseling services. Christian men are volunteering as teachers and mentors. And, several churches in the area are welcoming our residents and embracing our mission to help men break the bondage of addiction through the power of Jesus Christ. It's truly awesome to witness so many Christians put their faith in action.

As we approach a new year, we're expanding our focus and mission at His Way to include sharing the model we've seen be successful on our campus with mission-minded Christians throughout the country and the world. We're convinced that this costly and tragic drug addiction crisis also represents a white harvest field, and we are committed to helping Christians reach out to this mission field that's in our own backyards. 
Personally my role at His Way is changing to support this focus. I'll be turning my attention away from day-to-day management of our organization and will become 100% focused on improving and expanding our core recovery program, while establishing His Way as a resource for churches, schools, and other recovery centers. 

I appreciate all the ways you support His Way. Our program, campus, and organization would not be where it is today without it. Our plans to grow this ministry are ambitious and exciting. Please consider helping us reach more desperate men with the Gospel and equip more Christians to work in this ministry. 

Thank you and may God bless our partnership. 

Tom Reynolds
Director of Ministry & Chairman of the Board

Speaking Up

The opioid crisis in our country is reaching epidemic proportions. Families, schools, businesses, and even our government are searching for answers. Our staff, residents, and graduates are available to speak to your church, school, or business about this crisis and how it's impacting our community. And in 2019, we'll be rolling out special education and awareness programs for schools and families. E-mail us to learn more!

2018 Memorial Donations

In Memory of John Ashley
Jon & Pat Canterbury
Corinth Church of Christ
Charles & Barbara Hopkins
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Koch
Brian & Stacy McDonald 
L.T. & Carol Spears
C.R. Tillery
Louise Whitten
Edwin & Nancy Jackson

In Memory of Ann Brinkman
David & Judy Guy

In Memory of Kay Brunsvold
David & Judy Guy

In Honor of Matthew Caddy
Elizabeth Sluga

In Memory of Jamie Dunar
Charles & Dagney Boebel
Mary Alice & Phillip Boucher
Margaret Brogan
Drury & Jane Burton
Celeste Childs
Cynthia Church
Edward Dunar 
Susan Farbman
Thomas Halvorson
Henri Helstowski
John & Ann Kvach
Charles & Marie Lamb
Susan Larsen
Jeff Murphy
Ginger Penney
Lauren Prada
Patricia Reck
Leslie Scalfano
William Tilley
Debra Williams
Molly Johnson

In Celebration of Fathers Day!
Monrovia Church of Christ

In Memory of Ross Hood
Valerie Leonard
Steve & Sharon Massey

In Memory of Alice Kimbrough
Charles & Barbara Hopkins

In Memory of Jim Mercer
David & Judy Guy

In Memory of Harold Pickens
Ed & Sharon Ditto

In Honor of Tom Reynolds (Happy 60th!)
Janet Cantrell Haenisch

In Memory of Fred Smith
Zac Biddle 
Brassies Credit Union
Majorie & Steven Deason
Ed & Sharon Ditto
Patrick Godin
Alan & Cynthia Langford
Stephen & Karen Lowery
Kenny Alan & Pamela Miller
Neal & Bernardette Nixon
Elizabeth Padron
Tommy & Carley Page
Glennell Ramsey & Beth Slaton
James & Nancy Walden
Charles & Toshiko Wingard

In Honor of Herb Underwood
Charles & Barbara Hopkins

In Honor of Stuart & Misty Whiting
Todd Zeiler

In Memory Louise Whitten
David & Mary Williams

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