The start of something big in Lincoln Village!

A new shopping experience is coming to Lincoln Village this fall. Julie and I have rented a building at 1000 Meridian Street just north of Brooks and Collier and on the other side of the street, at the corner of Meridian and King. The new shop will feature clothes and other goods for the neighborhood … Continue reading The start of something big in Lincoln Village!

Wayne Parker for Chairman

We're really ramping up the Wayne Parker Campaign this week,  If you are interested at all in the future of Madison County you really need to pitch in and help get Wayne elected!  It's important that the guy who's going to follow Mike Gillespie's 31 years as Chairman is really well connected to Washington and … Continue reading Wayne Parker for Chairman

Downtown Rescue Mission delivers the goods for the poor!

The Downtown Rescue Mission is not really downtown.  It's actually at the old Westminster Christian Academy campus off of Evangel, near University Drive and Sparkman.  But wherever the place is located, its a big deal.  The campus is large, 80,000+ square feet housing an average of 200 people each night.  They have both transient and in-house treatment programs … Continue reading Downtown Rescue Mission delivers the goods for the poor!

Mezza Luna Fund/Friend Raiser a huge success

Thanks so much to everyone who came out to the Fund/Friend Raiser last night!!!  We have a great turnout, extended cooperation between local poverty agencies, missions and ministries.  I saw the Village of Promise founder (Bobby Bradley) talking to a Downtown Rescue Mission board member (Scott Martin) and Lincoln Village founder (Mark Stearns).  I saw First … Continue reading Mezza Luna Fund/Friend Raiser a huge success

Welcome to the new Huntsville Gives blog

I have scrapped the Ning-based site I was using for the last couple of years and have moved to WordPress.  I decided not to try and bring the limited content forward so we're starting from scratch.  I am going to try and use this more for my own personal journey as well as the traditional … Continue reading Welcome to the new Huntsville Gives blog