chattamom77's comment history

chattamom77 said...

It's very unfortutnate that a professional with these skills is being wasted. Their is so much need in this area and nationwide for mental health counseling. I hope this gentleman is able to find a position in our community where he is valued. Hats off to Neediest cases for seeing a genuine need and assisting this man.

January 6, 2011 at 3:10 p.m.
chattamom77 said...

I did focus on the positive, what the buisness is doing is a worthy ministry. On the negative side it is unfortunate that a business would have to rely on partnerships with churches that promise things on the front end, but do not deliver when it is time for the commitment to be honoured. My point was if a pastor is putting his name and church's reputation on the line and is not even willing to give a family a ride to church how can the buisness expect them to come thru on getting donated cars. I hope the business does succeed I just hope they start looking for more reliable sources for the donation of the vehicles and futher more if more churches took care of the people in their congregation and the community then businesses wouldn't have to take up the slack.

September 7, 2010 at 6:47 p.m.
chattamom77 said...

I find this to be a very worthy ministry. There defintely is a great need out there for people. However, what I find to be interesting is that Pastor Mike Battles is partnering in this endevour to help “trustworthy, honest people who really need help” to get transportation for work. That's interesting considering the fact I contacted their church Freedom worship Center and the pastor and neither was willing to give me and my children a ride to church. I see where he said the "plan could be in motion by the beginning of 2011". In the mean time are they assisting people who need transporation to church,hospitals,job interviews so forth and so on? I think this is just another case of a church with too much time on their hands.

September 3, 2010 at 3:04 p.m.
chattamom77 said...

I pray that Mrs. Craft is granted this vistation and that in time her children will be permnantly reunited with her. Mrs. Craft if you read this please know their are people out here that are praying and believing God for their to be restoration for this time you have lost with your children time you will never get back that is the "true crime" in all of this situation.

May 28, 2010 at 3:54 p.m.

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