January 23, 2019 Transformation Haven Ministries Founder Selena Rider and six current residence attended Vet To Vet Tennessee’s (VTVT) officer meeting to present the Transformation Haven Ministries’ (THM) mission. “A safe haven for women who battle addictions” in Monroe County Tennessee. The THM mission is to maintain a 12-month discipleship program where women will live in a safe, stable home, at no cost to them, and receive the love and support they need to “Transform” their lives into the image of Christ…without addictions…and become productive members of society.Continue reading “Transformation Haven Ministries enrolls in Veteran/Military Friendly Ministry”
VA offers many readjustment solutions
Letting go of your active duty lifestyle can be tough, especially after returning home. Are you wondering how you fit in with your family, friends and loved ones? Do you feel alone and isolated or that your relationships aren’t as close as they used to be? If so, VA offers a variety of services to help women Veterans readjust to life at home. Learn more.
This year began with Pastor CJ Counts enrolling Grace of the Lord Bible Fellowship in the VMFC program; Bob Curtis is the VMFC lay leader.
During the enrollment, Pastor Counts stated “We desire to help vets in any way we can.” This comment precisely follows the mission of the church.
- Follow Jesus
- Reach The Lost
- Raise Up Disciples
- Send Out Leaders
“All that we do and say is oriented around these matters, as they are of the highest importance to us.”
Let’s welcome and pray for our newest VFMC.
No braver souls are found,
than among those who sacrifice
for the love of their country and fellow man.
We proudly hold you in our hearts with the deepest gratitude.
Sincerest wishes for a blessed, peaceful and safe holiday.
Words cannot express the appreciation
we have for your service to our country.
You’re in our thoughts and prayers
each and every day.
Wishing you peace, love and joy throughout
this holiday season.
May God be with you and protect you always!
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
December 10, 2018 American Association of Suicidology’s
For too long, suicide has been a taboo subject—but as rates continue to rise, this once private shame is becoming a public health crisis. It’s time to illuminate the darkness.
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Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion
“Improved understanding of racial/ethnic differences in pregnancy attitudes would allow for more culturally relevant and inclusive counseling strategies,” writes CHERP Associate Director Sonya Borrero, MD, MS. Read the full story
On October 3, 1863, in the midst of the bloodiest war America has ever fought, Abraham Lincoln issued a proclamation “to set apart and observe the last Thursday of November next, as a day of Thanksgiving and praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens.”
All of us wish the men and women of our Armed Forces a Happy Thanksgiving. We thank you for serving our country and we pray for your safety. We also wish a Happy Thanksgiving to our military families – the most special group of all.
Only those who have experienced an airport or pier-side goodbye hug for a loved one leaving in uniform truly know what they endure. Alone on this Thanksgiving, they bravely shoulder their families’ burdens because words like “duty” and “service” mean something to them.
Thank you and God Bless all of you this Thanksgiving.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 13, 2018
WASHINGTON — This week the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) took a key step in its digital modernization effort by
revamping its website accessed by 10 million customers per month who use VA’s tools and content online.
To improve this experience VA’s Veterans Experience Office and VA Digital Service gathered feedback from more than 5,000 Veterans,
service members, their families, caregivers and survivors. Continue reading “VA takes key step to improve its website to provide Veterans an enhanced digital customer experience”
November 10, 2018 Blount County Tennessee.
The United Veterans of Blount County hosted Blount County’s 50th Veterans Day Celebration at Rio Revolution Church. Special Guest speaker was Lt. Col Army Ellison “Vic” Vickery gave an inspirational service and sacrifice speech.
Thank you Mrs. Suzanne Vickery for your recommendation.
We are grateful to all who have served, whether in peacetime or in periods of conflict. Especially for those who have fought on the battlefield, those who continue to bear wounds both seen and unseen. We pray for physical healing and God’s peace in your life.
On behalf of the Veterans/Military Friendly Congregation we wish everyone a blessed and happy Veterans Day.
Rio Revolution is a VMFC Lead Congregation.