Earlier this week we received a message from a past client. This client used to be very involved with our relational ministry program, accessed resources from multiple GAPs for years, and stayed connected with various churches she had developed a relationship with throughout her time living here. Two years ago [...]
As a follow-up, we wanted to share some exciting new developments with Dolores and her husband’s journey to get back on their feet! You’ll recall from a post back in March that Dolores and her husband had been attending our Jobs for Life class. In that class, they were encouraged [...]
May has been a fun and exciting month for the Love INC ministry. Fun because God has been incredibly good to build a strong spirit of unity among the volunteers as they serve the community. Exciting because we can’t help but feel like God is on the verge of doing [...]
We had a client come in who has just gotten out of a violent domestic relationship. She is homeless, staying for the time with a friend of a friend. She has four kids and is trying to find a job and a place to live. To say the least, she [...]
The Newberg Community Foundation just blessed us with a grant to purchase presentation equipment essential to sharing Love INC's mission to people in Yamhill County. We are anticipating a great season of promotion at various events this summer, all thanks to the generosity of our community! We were also pleasantly [...]
Newberg FISH Emergency Service Food Pantry has generously donated food vouchers for Relational Ministry participants in the Nutrition course. These vouchers will get them $20 of meat and vegetables each week they attend the course. This is another great step for our participants to practice healthy habits. We can't wait to [...]
The bike ministry is back! First Presbyterian Church has generously offered to distribute the bikes refurbished by the Retired Recyclers out of their church building. We are so grateful for this new partnership!
We are so grateful that Karla McMellon from the McMellon Center for Nutrition is back once again to teach Nutrition to our Relational Ministry class! We can't wait to gain some wisdom and healthy habits in the next 8 weeks!
Spring is officially upon us. Resurrection Day has come and gone. With a renewed sense of Christ’s victory over death in our hearts and minds, we are marching forward confidently in this new season hoping to continue experiencing more of this abundant life Christ has promised us and looking for [...]
Love INC was invited once again to the George Fox University social work intern fair to interview for next year’s interns! GFU is so generous to loan us their students every year, with both parties gaining valuable knowledge and experience. We are so thankful for our current interns, Christina Liu [...]
An intern at Newberg Friends Church reached out to us to see if we would be interested in sharing about our organization for their fun night for 4th and 5th graders. Of course we were! Two of our interns attended, spoke and gave the kids an activity: they drew inspiring [...]
"I am about to do something new. See, I have already begun! Don't you see it? I will make a pathway through the wilderness. I will create rivers in the dry wasteland." Isaiah 43:19 "New things" is a favorite theme in the word of God, and it's a favorite theme [...]
“My life has been transformed,” “Lenore” volunteers, as we position ourselves on her new couch to hear her story. “Only God could have made the transformation in my life! Serving the Lord is my purpose in life.” Lenore had just signed a rental agreement for her first apartment in many [...]
On Saturday, February 4th Jake Kanyer and 10 other students and adult chaperones from Veritas School in Newberg braved the elements to help two elderly Love INC clients with yard cleanup. It was a lot of raking and both clients were very grateful. Here’s what one had to say: “Thank [...]
Norma never though it would happen to her... “I was a successful data processor, earning a great salary when suddenly it all stopped! I lost my job of 23 years and had nowhere to turn!” There were many challenges in Norma’s life; her parents were atheists, but honest people and [...]