Sponsor A Single Mom Family for Christmas Colorado Springs This includes moms and kids in our residential and Women of Courage programs! Read all about the sponsorship opportunities available below, and spread the word to the people if your community about his wonderful opportunity to bless single mom families this Christmas.
Today we are excited to be sharing insights and encouragement from our Director of Outreach, Rhonda Wolf. Be blessed! Working with single mothers and their families has become such a passion for me. It was unexpected and doing this kind of ministry was not really actively pursued on my part. Coming face to face with
The fires in Colorado have everyone on edge and does become a reminder of our responsibility to be prepared for a crisis. It can be extremely stressful, especially for single mom families to get everything together on their own. Here are some tips for single mom families for evacuation readiness. 1. Have a game plan ahead
School is back in full swing, and Fall is almost upon us! A few of the leaves are turning here on our property, and the mornings are feeling cooler. Piles of leaves, turkey, pie and sleigh bells are fast approaching. Fall is a wonderful time to volunteer at Family Life Services. There is always so
This Mother’s Day, we are offering a special opportunity for you to honor the amazing mothers in your own life by giving a designated gift in her name. This is a wonderful way to help support the single-moms and children we serve at Family Life Services through our Residential Program and Women of Courage Outreach.
When Steve Earll, the second of our Nancy Parker Brummett Service Award Recipients, first moved to Colorado Springs, he and his family were taken under the wings of Ron and Jane Knudtsen. (Jane, if you remember, is also being award the NPB Service Award this year.) A licensed professional counselor, Steve, with a little motivation
Twelve years ago, Jane Knudtsen joined the volunteer team of Family Life Services as a Bible Study Mentor. She found out about this opportunity from her husband, Ron, who was working as a counselor on our staff at the time. Feeling the Lord calling her to minister to women in this capacity, she said “Yes”
Jessica Terrones was one of the first smiling faces that greeted me on my first day at Family Life Services. Working with her is such an uplifting experience because she is so real and genuine in sharing her heart for the kids here. Her background experiences are similar to many experiences that the children at
I heard a lot about Scott before I met him. He attended Focus Leadership Institute a few semesters ago, and everyone who knew him had only great things to say. When I met him, I understood why. Some people have a way of making you feel accepted and at ease in a new environment, and