Miracle Hill Blog – Stories of Hope and Miracles

Welcome to the Miracle Hill Ministries’ blog. We hope you will visit us often to learn more about the services we provide for the hundreds of homeless, hungry and hurting people the Lord sends through our doors each day.  Remember, if you can’t find a friend in the world… you can find one here!

 

Russell Weaver – A New Creation in Christ

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Overcomer Graduates

As I entered the lobby of Miracle Hill Overcomers Center recently, I was greeted by four men, one of whom towered head and shoulders above the rest.  That tall, unassuming man is Russell Weaver, currently employed at the Overcomers Center as part-time residential support and kitchen manager.  He was hired in December 2017, but his …

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Keeping Foster Siblings Together

Categories: Children's Ministries, Foster Care

Like proud and loving parents often do, Scott and Wendy Hyder of Pickens show off photos of their foster children. One photo showed three smiling girls in a forest in Hendersonville, NC. Another captured one of their sons playfully snuggled inside a laundry basket.  Other photos revealed fun times at a football game and The …

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Drugs Couldn’t Fill the Emptiness

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, Overcomer Graduates, Overcomers Center, recovery

My name is Daniel Coll and I was born in Tucson, Arizona. At six years old I and my family moved to Puerto Rico. My parents were strong Christians, and we attended a missionary church called Maranatha where I was saved at an early age.  We moved to Florida when I was 12 years old, …

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A Tattoo in God’s Collection of Transformed Lives

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, Miracles, Thrift Operations

In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus spoke these words:  “Judge not, that you not be judged.” But as humans, we often make snap judgments based on first impressions. Be honest.  What are your first thoughts about tattoos?  Signs of rebellion? Poor life choices? A personal or fashion statement? An evangelistic tool?  For Bradley Nivens, …

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