Feather River Men's Center - A Proven Cure for the Drug Epidemic
A one-year residential program to help men, 18 years of age and older, leave a life of drug and alcohol addiction. Participants attend daily classes, work programs, and various spiritual and social activities that help them build healthy relationships, develop a positive self-image, and accept personal responsibility as law-abiding productive citizens.
For more information visit www.frmc-ca.com or email . You may also click here to download a brochure about the Feather River Men's Center.
A Hand Up - "Reaching out to the homeless, the hungry and the hurting."
Not church "welfare," but rather a project to help people "fare well." People need food, clothes, the warmth of a blanket, encouragement and referrals to enter the community's mainstream. Both short-term and long-term solutions are offered to the recipients. Assistants are always needed to pack food boxes and do outreach. If you wish to be involved call (530) 671-3160.
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Character Coaching - "Building Citizens Through Teaching and Behavior Modeling"
Twenty minute lessons are taught three times each month (once per week for three weeks) in public school classes (K-5th grades). Unpaid instructors are provided resources and are trained in how to use them. Instruction continues throughout the nine-month school year. Contact Karen Mullin by phone at (530) 671-3160 (X242) or click Karen@churchofgladtidings.com for email.
A BIG "Thank You" to all the Character First Coaches and Teachers for a great 2011-2012 school year. See flyer for all those who were a part of the Character First team.
Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) - "Citizens Serving Citizens in Crisis"
Citizens are trained to offer emotional and practical support to victims, their family members, friends and bystanders at 911 emergency calls. TIP workers are on-call for three 12-hour shifts and attend a 3-hour continuing education meeting each month. TIP is used by every emergency response agency in Yuba and Sutter Counties. Contact (530) 673-9300 or click email@example.com or visit www.tipnational.org for more information.
Jail, Juvenile Hall, and Women's Prison - "Hope for All People"
There are opportunities to have one-to-one contact, conduct Bible studies and provide inspirational speakers for inmates. Men and women are needed who would like to reach out to these people. Contact (530) 671-3160 (X208) for more information or click firstname.lastname@example.org for email.
Zero-Tolerance Graffiti Project - "Controlling Our Turf"
Law enforcement agencies report graffiti sites to us to be painted over. Within the week, the vandalism is covered at no charge to the owner. This is an important project to keep the community clean and to put "taggers" and gang members on notice that they may live here, but they definitely are not in control. Workers are needed to do the painting. All materials are supplied. Contact Lou Binninger at (530) 671-3160 (x208) for information or click Lou@churchofgladtidings.com for email.
Assists ex-gang members and others wanting to erase the stigma of a past lifestyle. The objective is to make it easier for people to start over, obtain employment and avoid being inaccurately stereotyped.
Local doctors work with us to provide this great service at a minimal cost. Contact Lou Binninger at (530) 671-3160 (x208) for information or click Lou@churchofgladtidings.com for email.
Food Distribution - "Feeding Hungry People Worldwide"
For a number of years, donations (food, medical and construction supplies) have been solicited and redistributed here, to Mexico, Indonesia, Liberia and to other organizations who ship to foreign nations as well. We are always looking for new product sources or assistance with inventory management. Contact (530) 671-3160 (x208) for more information or click Lou@churchofgladtidings.com for email.
Counseling Center - "Help With Options for Change"
Individual, marriage, and family counseling is provided at no charge to both those who attend Glad Tidings and those who are not affiliated with a church. Counseling staff includes both men and women. A number of classes are offered to complement the counseling work. For an appointment call (530) 671-3160.
Our hospital emergency department does an amazing job addressing every imaginable personal crisis. In a way to say thanks we provide snacks / light food for their shifts. You can prepare it or purchase it and deliver the goods to the ‘ER’. Usually providers take one shift per month, but more shifts are available. Contact Karen Mullin @ (530) 671-3160 x 242 for further details.
Bible Courier Trips
Christians in the persecuted church (China, Vietnam, Laos and elsewhere) need Bibles. We make an annual late November trip and an occasional late spring trip for 11-13 days to take Bibles in to two countries. Contact Lou Binninger @ (530) 671-3160 (x208).
Black Hmong Adoption
In July 2008 we adopted an unreached people groups of 1 million people – the Black Hmong. They have no churches in their villages in Southern China or North Vietnam. A Black Hmong Network was developed to provide financial support for radio broadcasts, special projects and missionary support. The network is connected electronically to receive alerts from the field for initiating prayer and to keep everyone informed. Contact Lou Binninger for details.
Trail LIfe is sponsored by Glad Tidings and is directed by Michael Bohmann. Starting with one scout they now have nearly 30 with many on task to reach their highest potential. They are active and respected among other troops. Contact Mike Bohmann for more information 300-1132.
Concerned Women for America
Started by Beverly La Haye, if you want to make a difference in the direction of our nation you can get involved here. The provide solid information on issues affecting the family and mobilize action.
Gary Bennett 530.671.0819
Lou Binninger 530.673.713.1838
Rene Bohmann 530.674.0370
Karen Mullin 530.671.3160 x242
Michael Bohmann 530.300.1132
Holly Verhalen 530.755.4112