Mendy, a former resident at Tennessee Valley Outreach sat down one day and shared what being at TVO meant to her. This is what she had to say in her own words…
“This place is still such a blessing to me. I cannot express in words my deep gratitude to God for bringing me here. I have grown so much mentally and spiritually. I have learned to put Him first in all that I do. Being here was like being part of one big family. It is such a wonderful place. The staff here has shown me what it means to have a real relationship with God; not just in my times of need, but at all times. I have learned to trust Him with every aspect of my life and I have to credit my experiences here at Tennessee Valley Outreach for that”.
Since Mendy left TVO as a resident, she has gotten married, has had 2 children and will begin attending college this fall in her pursuit of the career she feels that the Lord is preparing for her. We are so excited to see how the Lord is going to use her for His kingdom purposes and feel blessed to be a part of her spiritual growth and maturity. Tennessee Valley Outreach wishes her well and will continue to guide and encourage her each step of the way towards what we believe will be a successful venture for her.
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