MAY 2015


Monthly Donor Commitments Increase

Banquet Photos

Dear friend,

It’s hard to believe more than a month has passed since the night of our banquet! It has been a whirlwind time of follow-up and hard work, as well as celebration!

Our night with so many friends of Associates and Ashley Smith Robinson was really phenomenal! I have received a flood of positive feedback regarding all that Ashley shared as well as excitement for the new venue, the Millennium Center.

Ashley did an amazing job of showing us how letting God have control ultimately results in freedom. I think her story reminded most of us that nearly everyone we meet has some struggle or difficulty in life. 

One of the themes of our evening was to diminish the stigma of mental illness. Ashley’s open attitude helped to do that. You also help to do that in your support and your faithfulness to this ministry.

Please make a point to pray for the therapists and administrators at Associates as we strive to serve this community. We could not do all that we do without your support.

With gratitude,

Heath Greene

 Monthly Donor Commitments Increase

Each year, the annual banquet for Associates is followed by tallying commitments, thanking donors, and evaluating the success of the event.

This year, a big win for the banquet came in the column of adding monthly donors.

“Monthly giving gives us more ability to know what is coming in, and so of course that helps us plan more effectively,” says Heath Greene, executive director. “We also really hope that monthly donors enjoy the benefits and ease of automated giving—we want to make it a smooth process!”

Four hundred guests filled the historic Millennium Center on April 28 to hear Ashley Smith Robinson tell her story of dramatic redemption.



Spring Words to Keep

"The truth shall set you free."
John 8:32

"If we can share our story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, shame can't survive."
Brené Brown,
Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead

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