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Monday, April 9th, 2012
While attending Dallas Theological seminary Chris Simmons felt called to work with Cornerstone Baptist Church located in a distressed community in South Dallas. This area was known as a war zone with gang activity, drive by shootings and prostitution. For the past 24 years Pastor Chris has given his life to serve the people in this community. Under his leadership the church now serves this community by providing a clothes closet, meals for the homeless, a post prison ministry, as well as tutoring and mentoring ministry.
Friday, January 27th, 2012
Susan Brubaker-Ramirez had a great job and made good money as a Realtor. In spite of her success, she desired more out of life. Her new years resolution for 2010 was to give back to her community by serving once a month. She shared her desire with a group of friends over dinner and told them that her resolution included them joining her in service. They all agreed and Austin Angels was formed. Over the past two years they have mobilized hundreds of volunteers to serve and impact the city of Austin, TX.
Tuesday, November 8th, 2011
Pastor 7 spent seven years in prison before becoming a Christ follower. When he got out of prison God told him to under the bridges in Atlanta to rescue men and women who were running from God. He obeyed and as a result 7 Bridges to Recovery was birthed. To learn more about this fascinating ministry click here.