Miracle Hill Celebrates 80 Years Helping the Homeless and Hurting

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, Announcements, Children's Ministries, Events, Foster Care, Fundraising, Homelessness, Miracles, Other, Overcomers Center, Partnerships, Thrift Operations, Volunteers

When Miracle Hill Ministries began in 1937 as a small soup kitchen in downtown Greenville, little did the founding leaders realize the lasting impact their vision to serve the “least of these” would have on the Upstate community.  Miracle Hill now has 9 shelters across the Upstate caring for the homeless or addicted and is …

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Unexpected Joy – A Foster Parent’s Journey

Categories: Children's Ministries, Foster Care, General, Miracles, Non-Profit

Recently, I was asked the question of what led my husband and I to fostering. Although we made this decision a few years ago, I didn’t have to pause too long to remember what led us to the decision to become foster parents. While there were a few reasons we felt like we were being …

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Babies, babies and more babies

Categories: Children's Ministries, Uncategorized

When you hear about children in foster care, what do you think of? Does your mind absolutely go to the worst case scenario?  Do you think of rebellious teenagers, large sibling groups, and disobedient children? While all children enter foster care due to abuse and/or neglect, there are many children who don’t fit into this …

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The Critical Need for Resource Foster Families

Categories: Children's Ministries

Charlie is 5 years old. He was born in the Upstate to a family in poverty, and with a history of alcoholism. Charlie came into foster care for neglect. When Charlie entered foster care, he was forced to leave everything he knew. As if his family and his home were not enough, Charlie had to …

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