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Glass Slipper Ministries has a new web site!

Saturday, October 22, 2011

The Glass Slipper has a new website and it is:
If anyone would like to check it out! It is a fantasic ministry and is doing so much in the Sacramento area. I have been a volunteer with them for almost 5 years now, and have seen so many women change their lives!
We are trying to add a new program after the GS sessions called Tomorrow's Journey. It will be a 4 week program on goal setting with the final week of making a vision collage. I will be borrowing a lot of the information from SP articles ( giving the credit to the writer and to SP) and telling the women about SP for when they leave the recovery homes and are able to go on the computer.

Today, I am going to the Willow Clinic with my paperwork and see if they can help me. They are at the Salvation Army Homeless Shelter every Saturday and are free to everyone. I have been there before on my days off when I was sick and they are fantastic!

Have a blessed day my Spark friends!
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    I LOVE that you have that ministry! It IS a good one and I know they love having YOU there! Hope Willow Clinic was able to help you out too! emoticon
    2920 days ago
    Hope you were able to get some insight from the clinic. I admire you, Suz, for the good work you do helping these women.

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    2920 days ago
    Hope your clinic trip goes well. **Prayers!**
    The link is awesome! I like this site better than the older one. How exciting!
    2921 days ago
  • SUNNY332
    Hope it all goes well at the clinic.

    Thanks for the notice on the new web site.

    2921 days ago
    Good luck with the clinic today. Let us know how it goes.

    Much love emoticon

    And thanks for the link to the glass slipper ministries.

    2921 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/22/2011 11:05:10 AM
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