Makeover to Help Families Connect!

Children who are in foster care spend many hours each week visiting with their biological families, as they work to become reunified as a family. Oftentimes, these visits take place at the local DFCS office where they have special visitation rooms set up!  These rooms get lots of use, as there are nearly 15,000 children in foster care in the state of Georgia. Many of the toys and resources available for kids to play with in these rooms become broken or mismatched overtime.

Chosen for Life Ministries, along with other community organizations, came together to give the Clarke County DFCS Visitation Room a makeover! The hope was to fill this room with new things that encourage and support the time parents are spending with their children.

CFLM's 2018 Both Hands Project, Part 2

CFLM's 2018 Both Hands Project, Part 2

On Saturday, April 28th we held our 6th Annual Both Hands Project. For 6 years, we have gathered volunteers to spend a day serving local women who have lost their husbands. These projects often entail general yard cleanup and landscaping, but we also have local businesses who want to give back in incredible ways! We are so excited to share 2 of our 5 worksite projects with you, so that you can see how these ladies are tangibly served through our Both Hands Project.

CFLM's 2018 Both Hands, Part 1

CFLM's 2018 Both Hands, Part 1

On Saturday, April 28th we held our 6th Annual Both Hands Project. For 6 years, we have gathered volunteers to spend a day serving local women who have lost their husbands. These projects often entail general yard cleanup and landscaping, but we also have local businesses who want to give back in incredible ways! We are so excited to share 3 of our 5 worksite projects with you, so that you can see how these ladies are tangibly served through our Both Hands Project.

Supporting Our Community Together

Supporting Our Community Together

Chosen for Life Ministries exists to educate and equip local churches and communities to care well for orphaned and vulnerable children. Just recently, we have been astounded by the community support that we have seen offered not only to families but to caseworkers and organizations who are working to help children have safe, loving homes and permanency! Read more in the full blog!