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Caring For One Another

Caring For One Another

Pictured above: A volunteer from a local church serving a participant in the dining room. Relationships are essential to the work at Center of Hope. We take the time to talk with every person who comes in the door and discover their story and hear why they have come to see us. Often the person Read More

Giving HOPE

Giving HOPE

Last week, a family came for help. The mom was on day eight of having COVID, so the advisor spoke with her through the cracked window of her vehicle. She shared, “We’ve never been rich, but we have always been able to make ends meet. But now, we’re not making it.  We need help.” She Read More

Powered for Life

Powered for Life

Finding God’s Purpose in Every Circumstance Carolyn, recently widowed, walked into Center of Hope seeking purpose and a new beginning. She was grieving the loss of her husband and trying to navigate her new “normal.”  Through our new Powered for Life class, she found a safe place to learn alongside others about God’s purpose for Read More

Celebrating Success and Community

Celebrating Success and Community

Teachers, students, family, and friends gathered as a community in December to celebrate six graduates of our ESL (English as a Second Language) program.  These students journeyed together with diligence and perseverance to complete 5 levels of ESL.  Here is a glimpse of how their lives were changed… Delmy attended Center of Hope for the Read More

News from Springtown

News from Springtown

Center of Hope’s Springtown Area Community Impact Project is reaching many families!  In our first 5 months of operation, we have helped 80 new families. “We typically serve around 400 Springtown families each year at our Weatherford location,” says Center of Hope CEO, Staci Markwardt.  “Our partnership with Texas Health Resources has helped us to Read More

Ashton’s Story of Hope

Ashton’s Story of Hope

After dropping out of high school as a freshman, Ashton set out on a path he thought would bring fulfillment. Instead, he found himself on a long, hard journey in and out of jail due to drugs, facing the possibility of prison time. It was in his brokenness that he encountered God. After Ashton was Read More

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