Muncie Mudokwan—may these mats be a blessing to you.
Today we sold our mats and have officially moved out. Before I turned the lights off for the last time, I became overwhelmed with emotions as I meditated on all the Most High did in this space. Boys were healed, single mothers supported, and families empowered! Now as we cross the “Jordan” into the next decade for The Cave, I pray that the Most High will continue to give me the vision, wisdom and fortitude to not only lead this ministry, but also, expand its territory into the lives of millions of boys and young men in dire need of His transformational power.
Muncie Mudokwan—may these mats be a blessing to you, as you work to encourage and empower your community in Muncie Indiana. Safe travels!
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