Northshore Enduring Hope
- Tuesday, 28 Feb 2017
This is the village at work on behalf of kids and families in the system! Through James Storehouse outreach, we were able to connect resources to the foster parents who attend this region’s first and only foster parent support group, Northshore Enduring Hope led by Doree Kelly. Southeastern Louisiana’s Pi Beta Phi Alumni Club came and offered a literacy program from Pre-K to 3rd grade. With kids lagging behind in reading due to family struggles and many transitions, this is a welcomed resource. Mercy Print Ministry was also in attendance to offer ongoing support to foster families and special event coordination for the kids to have fun outings on occasion. Ms. Terrilynn Bowe, a supervisor for child welfare, was also there to be a bridge of support and liaison which helps to strengthen the relationship between fosters and the system. Thank you to everyone working on behalf of the children! We love seeing all these empowering connections happening in our hub of love.
We came… We served… We moved…
- Sunday, 01 Jan 2017
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Starting January 17, 2017 we will be at our new location. After much prayer and many blessing, we will be opening in our new location next building down from Precision Sewing.
3979 HWY 190 Service Road, Suite E
Covington, LA 70433
There are so many people and organizations to thank. Here are but a few:
- St. Paul’s Key Club
- Women of Infinite Possibilities
- Covington Kiwanis
- Foster Moms, and many other supporters who came out.
Check out some photos from the move and setting up the new location HERE.
Transitioning from Shelters
- Tuesday, 13 Sep 2016
Photo by: U.S. Army National Guard photo by Spc. Garrett L. Dipuma/RELEASED
James Storehouse – Louisiana has been asked to partner with the Department of Child and Family Services’s Covington Regional Office to help transition their kids and families out of the shelters they have been residing in after their homes flooded.
DCFS was notified the shelters will close in 2 weeks. After miraculously serving 1000 kids and families from James Storehouse – Louisiana‘s humble 700 square foot space in only a few weeks, we will need to ask our JS family for another miracle. We need a bigger space to collect for these transitions.
We will let you know what resources we will be collecting soon, however we must have this space. If anyone can assist, or know anyone who can assist, in renting or donating (even temporarily) a space over 2000 square foot for us to operate in for this endeavor in or around the Covington area, please let us know. Getting this space is crucial for us to successfully transition these families coming out of the shelters so sharing this post would be appreciated.
Thank you so much for your support. You are helping us pull off the impossible on a daily basis!
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Giving Like Giants
- Tuesday, 23 Aug 2016
Nothing inspires me more than seeing ordinary people do extraordinary things. I have seen miracles at James Storehouse – Louisiana where fishes and loaves just multiplied and angels came at perfect times. THANK YOU Pastor Ron Sessum (pictured here with our beloved volunteer from Kiwanis of Greater Covington, Sandra Breaux) and SHILOH COWBOY CHURCH of Coffeeville, Mississippi for stopping in and blessing us with resources and a generous donation. Shiloh Cowboy Church consists of 25 members and gave like giants! You folks are the salt in our communities. Thank you for loving Louisiana.
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