Sometimes we look at problems and issues in our city and they just seem too big and too complex. How do we even start to address the issues of generational poverty and violence? How can broken families find healing? What would God have us...

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      Getting the Word Out

      12.13.10 | by Christi Gibson

      When Inward walked into the room for our Bourbon Street Breakfast, we were a little taken aback. We had prayed that God would surprise us – but it was disconcerting to see the place filled with construction material, a huge ladder, and a whole...

        Serving Up Red Beans and Faith

        12.13.10 | by Denise Diano

        Last week at Taylor playground we dished up eighty-four plates of red beans and cornbread. Everyone loved it! It was a nice hot meal to serve in that chilly weather we had. Brother Ed Scott talked about faith -- the basis for our Christian walk...

          Equipped to Serve

          10.04.10 | by Christi Gibson

          Thirty people gathered on Friday night to learn how to crochet CareMats for the homeless out of the plastic bags they had collecting in their pantries or under their kitchen sinks. On Saturday morning, seven more people,

            A Wonderful Evening at Oz

            10.04.10 | by David Crosby

            The area around the Oz Feeding Station for Care Effect was parked solid Wednesday. I have never had a problem getting a parking place before. Janet and I were 20 minutes late, and I was wondering if they had enough volunteers to serve the 200 hot...

              Rivarde Tutoring Ministry

              09.14.10 | by David Crosby

              Eight FBNO volunteers teach the Scriptures each Wednesday evening in Jefferson Parish at the Rivarde Juvenile Detention Center. These children have been arrested and are awaiting adjudication. They are in Rivarde only for two or three weeks under...

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