Seattle Metro Campus
Thank you for your participation in our annual Pins 4 Hope Bowl-a-thon! For those of you who were there, we raised both money and awareness for PNW Adult and Teen Challenge and it was a HUGE SUCCESS! Your generosity and support helps to transform lives, inspires hope, healing, and freedom from addiction. Together we are stronger in the fight against addiction. We look forward to your involvement in next year’s Pins for Hope Bowl-a-thon taking place in 2020. Please mark it on your calendar. Thank you again for making a difference. We appreciate your support! The Bowl-a-thon would not be nearly as successful without the strong support of our friends, families, and our community.
Portland Metro Campus
We have 2 guys moving into 4th phase. They have completed all the necessary steps to move forward in the program and I know that even in these 4 short months, God has done amazing thing in their lives. We will be honoring Andrew T and Steven K.
We will also be Graduating Joseph S. who has completed a year with our program. He is going on to become an intern with us here in the Portland area. So excited to see what God has done and will continue to do in this next year of his life!
Substance abuse not only effects the individuals who are using, but the entire community is adversely affected. That is why on February 10th, compassionate community members in the Spokane area joined with the Spokane Men’s Campus to help us raise awareness and support at our Pins4Hope event. We had a total of 109 bowlers and took up 21 lanes, raising over $20,000 to help us continue our mission to put hope within reach of every addict and their families. Thank you everyone!
This month we had the privilege of hosting two pastor’s appreciation breakfasts and we want to honor and thank our community pastors who have answered the call to help shepherd God’s people. We also would like to partner with them to offer our services to their congregations and help Put Hope Within Reach of our community. During our Senior Pastor’s breakfast, Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich shared the effects of substance abuse in our community and during our Youth Pastor’s breakfast, SPD Chief Craig Meidl shared the effects on our youth. Between the two events, we were able to honor 20 pastors and proclaim a call to action to join together to fight back against the scourge of addiction.
Congratulations to Bryce for his faithfulness to complete our 12-month discipleship recovery program. Bryce came to us as an atheist and left a proclaiming child of God! We pray that he continues to walk with Jesus as he goes back home to begin his apprentice as a union plumber and integrate into his families church.