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As I Sit - I Give Thanks

As I sit at my table this morning I just want to thank God for his many wonderful blessings He has bestowed on me. Thank you God for being a glorious God. One who has given me grace and mercy abundantly in which I now know that it never ends. Thank you God for forgiveness for other people as well as myself. Lord, I just pray for everyone no matter what their situation is. I know that you will bring them through. Lord, I thank you for trials and tribulations. For without these we cannot see our story so that we can see your story as it unfolds which gives us the wisdom to push forward everyday of our lives. Amen, Rhonda Hope Street Member #Gratitude #grateful #morning #Prayer

Home of Mirrors

“Now rid of the shackles, My victory's yours/I tore the veil for you to come close/There's no reason to stand at a distance anymore/You're not far from home.” Hope Street has a way of allowing you to look at your own brokenness through the mirror of others. It can be really scary. Very scary. But, sometimes that mirror is a really good thing. A really good thing. Seeing our brokenness can lead us to two things: denial or action. Dear Father, You are so good. You are so mighty. You are so kind. You are so loving. Your grace and mercy is new everyday and I am so thankful for that. I see how you have revealed our broken pieces. Lord, as we continue to prepare for this weekend I pray that others


Amanda sits on the stairs every day at 3:00 pm waiting for her first baby girl to come running off the bus. Rhonda sits on my “therapy couch” and expresses her concerns after a long day of work, knowing she has to go upstairs to address her son, Jayseon asks his mama if he can go see Mr. James (Denver in James Place) to get some candy. We often anticipate what is next. We get accustomed to routine and expect things to fall in place the way they are suppose to. Sometimes they do and sometimes they don’t, but there is anticipation nonetheless. We anticipate our third annual Family Reunion fundraiser next Saturday, October 13th. I really can’t believe it’s October and like what happens every ye