At the end of our last Capital Campaign, I continued to contribute to the building fund knowing there would be needs for our building in our future. I continued this offering for a number of years since it had become a part of our household ...

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      Be Grateful

      11.18.16 | by Andrew Crosby

      We don’t have to look hard to find something which causes us to be anxious or fearful. And if we can’t find anything real to worry about we just create fears. This type of worry happens to all of us and it creeps deep within us if we let ...

        I'm Thankful For Don

        11.17.16 | by Christi Gibson

        This week, I sat down for a quick conversation with one of our Care Effect volunteers. Every Wednesday morning, Don Adair faithfully shows up at FBNO. He spends the day filling saltshakers, cleaning tables, and whatever else needs to be done ...

          Crossroads NOLA

          11.11.16 | by Anna Palmer

          Every Christmas, for as long as I can remember, the pesky gingerbread man my siblings and I made would disappear from the oven. When we were young, he never seemed to make it very far and we would often find him hiding under a piece of nearby ...

            Last Call For Zimbabwe

            11.04.16 | by Andrew Crosby

            We are finalizing our travel plans for Zimbabwe but we have room for you to be on this team. This is FBNO’s second trip with ReClaimed Project and our first to Zimbabwe. We are partnering with Allison and Brett Barnhill in their work in ...

              Making A Global Impact

              10.28.16 | by Christi Gibson

              We first met Sahadu over seven years ago—on one of our first trips to Ghana. He wasn’t one of the “Onion Boys.” He was one of the lucky refugees who had found another way to earn money, and didn’t have to sell onions on the side of ...

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