Impact the Life of Another Woman in Knoxville on April 9th

On April 9th, in conjunction with Operation Inasmuch, fp Women will serve the women of The Restoration House for their Family Night and we need you. We will provide dinner for 50 and 60 people as part of their quarterly Family Night as they meet with their mentors for training and fun. You can play the role of cook, serve the dinner, and provide arts/crafts activities for the children while the mothers and mentors meet. The schedule will be something like this:

  • 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm – Interact with the children from The Restoration House
  • 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm – Dinner for the families

To participate, send an e-mail to Patsy Williams at [email protected] or Jill Shafer at [email protected].

The Restoration House’s purpose is to help restore single mothers and their children back to God’s good intent for their lives. The Restoration House was founded in October 2006 by Daniel and Mandy Watson in order to journey with low-income single mother families while bridging the gap between existing services. Lori Haskell is Program Director and Kim Spoon is Director of Family Services.

Operation InAsMuch (OIAM) began in North Carolina in 1995 and is now being used by hundreds of churches such as Faith Promise to engage in local mission projects that result in spiritual renewal and enhanced involvement in the needs of the community.

The King will reply, “I tell you the truth, inasmuch, as you have done such things for the least of my brothers and sisters, you have done the same for me.” Matthew 25:40