We wanted to share with you our amazing staff over the next few posts. Today we sat down with our wonderful Office Manager, Peg Wiederholt. Peg has been with FLS for almost nine years. We hope you love her as much as we do! We should mention that Peg enjoys in-depth study of God’s word
January 7, 2014 (Colorado Springs) – As non-profits seek to provide critical services to our community, the collaborations they develop can sometimes have a greater impact on their community than that of a single agency. By working together, they can be better positioned to achieve shared goals, advance missions, enhance long-term viability, and improve the
This year I am going to eat healthy foods, be nicer, read scripture everyday, do my paperwork immediately, join a gym, keep my house cleaner…all worthy resolutions I have made in the past. My typical resolution, in recent years, has been to have only one resolution. Simple and done: no guilt around the corner for
After over ten years of marriage, violence filling the last few of them, Andrea finally reached out to seek help. Her children, no strangers to the violence, had started acting out and she found herself struggling with depression. She mentioned what was occurring at home to a friend who helped her see that what was
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.