PebbleCreek Community Church supports Phoenix Rescue Mission/ changing life mission

Bruce Sharp

The Changing Life Center (CLC) is a secure campus for troubled young women and children to start life over again by participating in a Christian based recovery program for 12 to 18 months.

On August 17 Sunday service on our Moments for Missions part of the service, Edna Deford showed a DVD recorded by Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child media team showing many young women from CLC making crafts and filling shoe boxes to be sent overseas to needy and underprivileged children. They have a goal this year to send 1000 shoe boxes and already have 700 packed. What a wonderful example of Christian charity that young mothers in need are sending Christmas shoe boxes overseas to children in need. Two ladies, Diana and Blake, who are graduates from the CLC addiction program were present and available to share their experiences with the congregation after the service. The Mission Committee has committed $1000 towards this project.

Also at our Moments for Missions part of the service, Bruce Sharp presented Mark Tullis (Officer of Phoenix Rescue Mission) a $5000 check on behalf of the PebbleCreek Community Church which will completely furnish one apartment.

The CLC was opened three years ago and they have been furnishing more apartments as funding allows. This new apartment will allow another mother and her children or three adult women to come into the program. God is good!