Join in our efforts as we reach out communities through a collaboration of efforts that produce + change.
Events to be announced: We are currently working on outreaches for the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday season.
Outreaches will consist of a warm meal, music, and the love and warmth of a caring community reaching out to those in need during the Holiday Seasons.
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Interested in donating any clothing items or volunteer assistance email our offices at YOAMOBI@GMAIL.COM subject title Holiday Outreaches 2019
We have strategically aligned with Food Donation Connection and a variety of partners throughout Colorado to produce innovative programs that produce change.
In a classroom formal setting we not only serve our clients a warm nourishing meal but also bring the assistance required to overcome their current situation. We work with mental health organizations, employment providers, lodging entities to bring a dynamic sustainability workshop to equip our clients to acquire sustainability.
Understanding and applying our program will allow our clients to have a higher chance to overcome the challenges of homelessness.
CHI 101: Self-reflection
CHI 102: Acceptance and ownership
CHI 103: Discovering self-sustainability
CHI 104: Application development
Coming soon in April 2019.
Weekly 1 hour workshops.
Revolutionizing the method of giving!
ActsNow is an conglomeration of churches, non profits, and individuals all striving toward the common goal of getting back to the principles shown to us in the New Testament Book of Acts where the early church learned to rely on their God and support one another. ActsNow sets the standard for Godly giving, Godly Counsel, Godly socialization and Godly progression in all aspects of life.
A candle clock is a thin candle with consistently spaced markings (usually with numbers), that when burned, indicate the passage of periods of time. While no longer used today, candle clocks provided an effective way to tell time indoors, at night, or on a cloudy day. A candle clock could be easily transformed into a timer by sticking a heavy nail into the candle at the mark indicating the desired interval. When the wax surrounding the nail melts, the nal clatters onto a plate below. It is unknown where and when candle clocks were first used. The earliest reference to their use occurs in a Chinese poem by You Jiangu (520 AD). Here, the graduated candle supplied a means of determining time at night. Similar candles were used in Japan until the early 10th century.
Influence communities through strategic outreaches geared to establish thriving communities.
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Aurora, Colorado meetings. Visit ColoradyUnity.us.
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