Posts Tagged: richmond domestic violence resources

Full Armor: To Stand

Don’t miss Full Armor: To Stand on August 14, 2017. In “Abundant Living with Carin,” Carin Jayne Casey talks about God’s unconditional love that was demonstrated by giving his only begotten son for our salvation (John 3:16). Once we’ve turned to God, accepted Jesus as our savior, we are filled with God’s love. We have… Read more »

Tragedy & Forgiveness

Airing May 29, 2017 Tragedy & Forgiveness Click for details   In “Turn to God with Carin,” Carin Jayne Casey reveals a portion of her personal testimony that is generally not shared. Why tell it? So others who are in domestic violence or have gotten out, but are still stuck in it emotionally can see… Read more »

Carin’s Story of Survival

In “Turn to God with Carin,” Carin Jayne Casey shares her personal story of a life of domestic violence, and recovery. Beginning in her early forties, Casey was depressed and lonely after her children had moved out of state. Her previous relationship had failed, and she essentially turned her back on God. She was ripe for something… Read more »

The Lost Necklace

Three little kittens were charged by their friend, Christina, to find a lost necklace. But it wasn’t just any necklace. Christina and her daddy had specifically picked it out at a jewelry store, for a special occasion… Christina pulled her thumb out of her mouth and fluffed her hair from her face. She carefully described… Read more »

NYSUM Extreme Makeover

You Can Make A Difference! If you want to help those who have suffered from domestic violence, there’s a wonderful way! Participate in the yearly New York School of Urban Ministry’s  (NYSUM) Extreme Makeover! If you missed it this year, plan to go 2016! Or you can otherwise help the effort. Many churches participate to… Read more »

Mother’s Day Recovery

  Many of us had a wonderful Mother’s Day: we received special gifts, some hand-made, from our adoring children to show appreciation, because we suffered the nine months to bring them into the world, and nurtured them the best we could as they grew up. A simple thank you was given to acknowledge the years… Read more »

Empower Women!

The semi-annual Gabriel Pearce Memorial Scholarship Fund Craft and Vendor Show was a great success! A variety of vendors sold their wares, and many customers showed up. I understand the turn-out is even better in October, which I plan to attend. I sold my books at special sale prices, as well as several hand-crafted jeweled… Read more »

A Need to increase Domestic Violence Awareness

Domestic Violence has many faces. It’s not always the obvious black and blue. It could be happening to your neighbor, a relative, even to a family member. A person physically and/or mentally captive in a toxic relationship may sometimes seem happy to an outsider, but they’re quietly suffering a continuous prisoner’s pain. It was discovered… Read more »

Annual Craft & Vendor Show: May 2nd

Come to the Annual Craft and Vendor Show! May 2, 2015 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm   The Gabriel Pearce Memorial Scholarship Fund Berea Baptist Church 15421 Pouncey Tract Road Rockville, VA 23146 Carin Jayne Casey has Special Package Deals! Special Deals at the May 2nd Annual Craft & Vendor Show! 15% off Each… Read more »

Something Great

This excerpt could’ve been included in “Mystery at Candice Bay” by Carin Jayne Casey… Granny and Poppy slowly made their way to the first two rows in a section of the auditorium where Belinda and the family were sitting. This was an excellent location to take photos of Casey as she receives her diploma. Granny… Read more »