A place for great conversation, great coffee and fun! Every Thursday and the First Friday of each month!
Jamelle is a dynamic speaker – full of wisdom and wit that can bring a group to tears or laughter. She has a unique style that she is able to mold to diverse groups of people and a variety of settings; small youth groups to large adult retreats.
We are not put on this earth to live our journeys in solitude…alone. We are never alone. Jamelle encourages through her blog, bringing insight and purpose. Get to know her personally and share with her any thoughts or feelings she might stir up! Feel free to laugh along with her as life is meant to be enjoyed – together.
Do you think we are doing a good thing? GREAT! Help us do more! Reason 4 Hope is a 501c3 not for profit organization; all donations (monetary or in kind) are tax deductible. We are only able to spread as much hope as our private donations dictate. Help us take our message of love, forgiveness and HOPE to all of those we meet in doing outreach, speaking events, and writing.
We speak. We write. We serve. We spread HOPE. It’s simple. People chase many things-wealth, education, relationships, jobs or even church-to find hope, to find fulfillment to fill a “hole” that everyone has in their soul. We know that hole can be filled with Christ and the HOPE we have found in Him. We simply want to share that. And we want to inspire others to do the same.
You can come along on this journey with us. You can volunteer. You can pray. You can donate. You can encourage the people in your life. You just need to spread HOPE.
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