Solar Power Fuels Savings and Sustainability

Categories: General, Other, Partnerships

The sun is shining on Miracle Hill, and with the addition of solar panels at four of the ministry’s nine shelters, we hope to capture as much of it as we can and conserve resources in the process. It’s a project that began several months ago when Miracle Hill learned about grant money available through …

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Alvin McCall – A Life Lived for Eternal Impact

Categories: Adult Ministries, Children's Ministries, General, Uncategorized

Alvin and Wanda McCall (best known as the founders of Ryan’s Family Steakhouses) first became interested in Miracle Hill in 1992 when Wanda was introduced to the ministry during the formation of Shepherd’s Gate, Miracle Hill’s shelter for women and children in Greenville. The McCalls gave an initial gift to outfit the kitchen and continued …

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Puzzled

Categories: Adult Ministries, General

Life is a/an ____________________!  How would you fill in the blank?  I often use the analogy of a puzzle when thinking about life.  A many pieced puzzle, in a plastic bag –without the box top!  Now, I don’t know about you, but trying to put a puzzle together without a picture to guide me is …

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Transitional Housing Supports Path to Recovery

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, recovery, Uncategorized, Volunteers

When guests graduate from Miracle Hill’s addiction recovery programs, the support doesn’t end.  After graduation, transitional housing provides a halfway point between the strict accountability of life within one of our shelters and the onslaught of temptations beyond our walls. Participants in transitional housing practice applying the principals they learned within the program. They commit to six …

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