She’s the Face of Patience

The person I consider to be a mentor in my life is also one of my closest friends. We’ve shared life – its joyful highs and its crippling lows – for 15+ years. The wisdom that she freely offers in some of the most trying situations is plumbed directly from…

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The Blessing of Being a Mentor

By Rev. Chris Yount The term mentor has the potential to strike fear into the heart of those who are being asked to consider such a role. This is unfortunate because the reality is that many of us are already serving in the role of mentor in an “unofficial” capacity…

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The (Christmas) Gift of Compassion

As long ago at this past summer, 11-year-old Eliana Marrero decided she really didn’t need anything for Christmas this year; instead she wanted to collect money for people who were less fortunate.  And after seeing homeless people on the streets of New York, she knew exactly who she wanted to…

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Your Giving Enables Life Change

Donating to Jericho leads to only one thing: life transformation.  Because of our caring community:  Charneil goes from being a 9-year-old in foster care, to a young teen being mentored, to a 27-year-old working at a company that helps the disabled and volunteering at organizations that help foster-kids and youth….

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