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2013 News Archive

Throughout the year, the City of Faith-Little Rock staff plan, organize, and fundraise for the Silver Linings Christmas Project. Since its creation, the Silver Linings Project has been able to provide Christmas gift bags full of goodies (rice, toiletries, raisins, candy, toilet paper, corn, green...

On April 17, 2013, City of Faith-Little Rock lost a very important member of their family, Albert “Al” Porter. Mr. Porter had been a founding and active member of the City of Faith-Little Rock Community Relations and Advisory Board. “Mr. Porter saw the value in...

After the devastating storms in Moore, OK, many local churches in Arkansas banded together to help out. City of Faith-LR was able to donate resources and time to these efforts. The AR Baptist State Convention partnered with the OK Baptist State Convention to donate Buckets...

After all the winter and early spring storms, Thom Park and the surrounding neighborhood associations needed help clearing brush and trash collected over the colder seasons. “Our residents really love the park cleanup season. They get to meet a lot of our neighbors and help...

It’s time to DANCE! The 5th Annual Stars Come Out event was held at Wildwood Arts Cabe Theater in Little Rock on May 11, 2013. This year’s event was to benefit health organizations and Senior wellness. The benefiting charities were Sickle Cell Support Services, AR...

In February, City of Faith Executive staff, administration staff, and residents gathered together for a time of prayer, fellowship, and pizza. The purpose of this meeting was for Executive Director Kathy Biedenharn to share her story, her heart, and the future vision of City of...

July 4th, 2013 has come and gone. We celebrated the birth of our great nation one more time with bar-b-que, parades, and fireworks. However, this year was a little bit different for me and while I’m proud to be an American I am equally proud...

The Field, as it has come to be known, is an extension of The One, Inc’s ongoing mission to end homelessness. “The main purpose of the field is to feed those who are hungry. It’s just that simple,” said The One, Inc founder Aaron Reddin....

The LR Animal Village has become one of City of Faith-LR’s favorite place to volunteer. City of LR & City of Faith Board Member Joan Adcock meets residents each week at the Animal Village to volunteer with them. “It is such a joy each week...

City of Faith-LR resident’s have a new place they love to spend their free time: The One, Inc. The One, Inc allows COF-LR residents to help the homeless population in Central Arkansas. “We love the City of Faith residents. They are always so eager...