Thank You to Our Academy Volunteers!

Nineveh Ministries and the Jail to Jobs Academy would like to greatly thank our volunteers for speaking at The Academy as well as feeding our kids for two weeks. The kids were shown love and hope through constant learning and nourishment. Many hard subjects were brought up, and the love of Christ was shown.

Guest speakers/teachers: Natasha Savage, Michael Cole, Clara Duffy, Cory Kruse, SaulPaul, Mike Walker, Marshall Thompson, Teresa Franz, Cory Rogers, Pastor Art Cardenas and Abundant Faith Boxing Program

Thank you for taking time from your busy schedules to come out and teach our kids about life through what it means to be a man, responsibility, spiritual lessons, how to get a job and be successful, leaving a life of addiction and much, much more. It means so much to have loving adultswho are willing to speak love, truth, affirmation and to be reminded through all of it, who they are and whose they are.

Meal volunteers: Susan Noel, Charlotte Cobb, Jorge Rozo, Teresa Franz, Jennifer Hebel and Legacy Church, Kelly Wallaert

You’re doing more than just filling their bellies. You’re showing them that people do care, and that gives them hope. Sometimes hope is just what people need to try to change their lives.

Thanks again to everyone who assisted in making this Academy the best one yet!

2 responses to “Thank You to Our Academy Volunteers!”

  1. I am very passionate about helping youths today. I am a mother of two. One is 16 and my oldest is 20. I have been married to their father for 22 years. My mom passed away suddenly 3 years ago of a stroke I found my mother and my world spiraled downward so much so that I have never ever seen the inside of a jail cell, but found myself being addicted to prescription medication. I threw my hands in the air and gave my life back to God when I was faced with having a felony charge on my perfect record everything seemed to happen so fast almost like a dream that wouldn’t stop. I am clean and I found the right doctors who diagnosed me with bi polar and post tramautic stress disorder from the death of my mom my best friend. I would love to share my story and help young people I’m just worried that because of my criminal record I wouldn’t be able to participate in your program. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help

    • Hi Stormi – I am going to pass along your information to our Travis County Director, Eddie. He will be in contact with you regarding volunteer opportunities. Can you tell me if you’d be more interested in doing one on one mentoring or Bible studies in jail? (The Bible studies are in facility, so we’ll check on your record as each place has different requirements.) Also, do you live in Travis or Williamson county?

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