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Monday, June 3, 2019

2019 Molding of Generation Z Summer Program

New sessions!!!! New experts!!!!!! Exciting and empowering!!!!!  Caring adults and youth! 


Monday, May 13, 2019

The Five Promises - Molding of Generation Z Summer Program

Our Molding of Generation Z Summer Program incorporates the Five Promises of America's Promises to our young people. We mold them through education and empowerment. Incorporating these promises, we know that our youth are more likely to transition successfully to young adulthood, college and/or career-readiness. #AmericasPromises #FivePromises #MoldingofGenerationZ 


THE 5 PROMISES CHANGE LIVES (americaspromise.org)


PROMISE NO.1
Caring Adults

Caring adults are the centerpieces of children’s development. They serve as guides, caretakers and advisers, who give positive and productive guidance throughout their development.



PROMISE NO.2
Safe Places

To develop intellectually and emotionally, young people need physical and psychological safety at home, at school and in the community. Without such “safe places” – environments that support and encourage inquiry, exploration, and play without fear of harm – children aren’t able to get support, form positive relationships and concentrate on school.



PROMISE NO.3
A Healthy Start

Healthy and well-nourished children are more able to develop their minds and bodies as they should, and they are far more capable of concentrating, learning and thriving throughout their school years.



PROMISE NO.4
Effective Education

Our increasingly knowledge-driven world demands people who have the education and skills to thrive in a competitive marketplace, and to understand the increasingly complex world in which they live. That means that in order to compete and succeed, all young people will need an effective education that prepares them for work and life.



PROMISE NO.5
Opportunities to Help Others

Through service to others, young Americans develop the character and competence they need to be helpful, hopeful and civically engaged all their lives, regardless of their own life circumstances.

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

May Is Mental Health Awareness Month

  • Even though most people can experience relief from symptoms and support for their recovery in treatment, less than half of the adults in the United States get the help they need.

Friday, May 3, 2019

2019 Molding of Generation Z Summer Program

It's that time of the year!!!!!! I am so excited!!!!!!!  Each year, we bring awesome experts to educate and empower our young people and caring adults at the Molding of Generation Z Summer Program!!!!!!!!!!!!

Please sign up - parents, guardians, teachers, leaders ...sign up!!!  Yes, this is for caring adults and Youth ages 10-17!!!!!

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

It's National Crime Victims' Rights Week.

The #NCVRW2019 theme is “Honoring Our Past. Creating Hope for the Future,” reminding us of our progress and inspiring us to keep pushing forward.

When victims feel understood and supported, they are more likely to seek services, which leads to a stronger and more resilient community. #NCVRW2019




Friday, April 5, 2019

Fear Cripples; Faith Strengthens


I trust the next chapter of my life, because I know who is the AUTHOR of my life!!!!! 

ENCOURAGEMENT: *Let your FAITH overpower fear. *Feed your faith and your fears will starve. *Fear will cause you to give up, but faith will uphold you to press on.  





Tuesday, March 19, 2019

WORDS KILL, WORDS GIVE LIFE - CHOOSE WISELY

I choose to SPEAK "I can" and "I will". 

We hurt our own lives by self-pronouncing word curses when we don't believe in our selves or trust GOD that HE has already given us the gifts we need to do any and every thing.

*Don't operate or live in limit and restrictions when the WORD OF GOD declares that "For with GOD nothing shall be impossible."  

Speak life!!!!!!  I can do ALL things through CHRIST who gives me strength. 






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