Author: Patrice Williams

Back to School Needs List 2019
It's that time again! The summer is flying by and soon our students will be back at school, and all of our amazing teachers will be giving their all, for [...]
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Whitewater Rafting and Love that Bears
The below letter was written by our Director of Christian Education & Campus Pastor, Jim Hart, after a joint-campus whitewater rafting trip last week.  I believe yesterday was easily one [...]
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Staff Ropes Course Day
Last week we invited all of our staff to come have a day of team and resiliency building on our Adventure Based Counseling ropes course on our Winston-Salem campus. It [...]
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Shout Out to our Cottage Dads!
Father's Day, as you can imagine, can be a rough time for our kids. The beautiful thing, though, is that even when they can't be with their own dads, we [...]
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Foster Care Gone Right – Stories of Hope
We asked our amazing Foster Care Team to share their best stories of "foster care gone right." Here are a few stories of hope that they shared.
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Foster Care Questions Answered
To cap off Foster Care Awareness Month, we asked our amazing Foster Care Team to answer some questions for us about the ins and outs of Foster Care. We got [...]
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Nine Ways to Help Children in Foster Care
Not everyone can be a foster parent. More than are can, but many can't. If you can't (but if the only reason you can't is because you'd get "too attached" [...]
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Important! House Bill 580 / Senate Bill 636
We need your help to secure funding in the Senate budget for House Bill 580/Senate Bill 636 to increase the reimbursement rate of foster families! This bill also includes an administrative increase for [...]
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Seeds Planted in Love
Part of Cottage Parent training at Crossnore is learning about our Spiritual Life programing. Every Monday morning at 9am new cottage parents (CPs) show up at my office door, papers in hand, ready to [...]
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Volunteer Spotlight – Judy White
Judy White exudes a deep humility and a tender sweetness when you meet her. She has a lot to say about her time spent volunteering but doesn’t much like the [...]
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