CLF is Excited To Be Partnering with the Post and Courier Good Cheer Fund Answering Prayers by Answering Needs. Have a Need? Know Someone Who Has A Need? Contact us about needs you know of over the holidays for Individuals or families so we can bring them some good cheer. Click here for an Continue Reading »
LOR has been providing clothing and necessities for Lowcountry children transitioning to foster care since 2003. In 2017, LOR’s Distribution Center provided over 3,200 children with two-weeks-worth of clothing, shoes, coats, toiletries, books, stuffed animals and school supplies. LOR continues to grow this important work each year, with an emphasized effort to reach rural children Continue Reading »
Freshstart Visions is a local ministry that has a presence in our prisons in South Carolina and now developing in Florida. We spend 2 years in discipleship and character building classes inside the prisons every week before the men/women are released. Our Goal is to introduce them to the Love and forgiveness Christ offers, Continue Reading »
www.bifmc.org Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic, a free clinic serving uninsured adults who live or work on Johns, James, and Wadmalaw Islands, opened their brand new, 7,000 sq ft medical facility early this spring. It is estimated that the new clinic will be able to treat up to 600 patients per month. Those Continue Reading »
… featuring Kanika Moore singing Amazing Grace! Charleston Leadership Prayer Breakfast Video 2018 from Kathryn Krogh on Vimeo.
By Robert Behre email@example.com Jan 13, 2018 Updated Jan 14, 2018 Shortly after Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg took office in 2016, he reached out to several pastors for counsel… Click here to read the full story on the Post & Courier Website.
How Can 16 years Go So Fast? I remember selling my company in Philadelphia and moving to Charleston in late 2000. My wife, Lynn and I were married in Columbia but it didn’t seem the right place for us to retire. My plans were to learn to play the piano, paint and to play golf… Continue Reading »
In advance of the 16th annual Charleston Leadership Prayer Breakfast this week, The Post and Courier recently asked readers to share their thoughts, in 100 words or fewer, about how faith and racial reconciliation go hand in hand. Click Here for the Post and Courier Article
Check out this great article online at the Post & Courier about Quiana, our Prayer Breakfast Speaker this year on Nov. 9th, 2017! Lowcountry singer Quiana Parler stands at Career Crossroads Click Here
A native of Charleston, South Carolina. Quiana Parler began her professional career singing for Calvin Gilmore of the “The Carolina Opry”. After years of being one of the most sought after vocalists in South Carolina Low Country, in 2003 she parlayed a placement in the Top 48 of season two of the Fox hit American Continue Reading »