Prizes awarded by net and… Continue reading
Agape is hosting it’s first ever Sporting Clay Shoot! Originally scheduled for earlier in the year, we had to postpone due to bad weather. We hope that you can join us for this fun event on May 24,… Continue reading
Agape’s Birmingham office has moved to a second location with more space! The staff there is so excited! We can’t wait to share the look of our new office soon. We are going from a one room… Continue reading
Agape’s 7th annual Run for a Mom 5K and Fun Run is Saturday May 13, 2017. Registration is open! Join us for a great event honoring Birth mothers, moms, grandmothers and any woman who… Continue reading
The Connecting Hearts event will take place on Tuesday, February 28, 2016 at the Alley Station Warehouse in downtown Montgomery, from 7 until 8 p.m, preceded by a VIP meet and greet from 6 until 6:30 p.m. and a book signing for all guests from 6:30 until 7 p.m.
Sponsorship opportunities are currently available, and Individual and Group tickets are available beginning January 2nd.
In April 2008, 26-year- old Katherine suffered a massive brain stem stroke. Not expected to live or recover, she instead relearned to eat, speak and walk. In spite of double vision, deafness, facial paralysis and diminished fine motor skills, she thrives as a wife and mom. Now she and Jay, a Montgomery native, celebrate the beauty of life and parenthood as well as the pain, and share their story through the full-time ministry of Hope Heals.
Your support of this event will impact children throughout Central Alabama. Continue reading
Agape encounters lots of children stuck in a cycle. Some of these children yearn to get out, but don’t even realize that’s a realistic option. It’s a lot like the recent message from our Connecting Hearts event: “There were the… Continue reading
Our adoption journey had some ups and downs, but ended with so many blessings. We were surprised at both the doors God shut and the ones he opened through the process. We felt certain we were called to international adoption… Continue reading
Imagine that you are 5 years old and a social worker has just picked you up from your home. As you drive away she tells you that you’re gonna have to live with strangers until mom can make it safe… Continue reading
Joey came from a hard place, born drug addicted, soon abandoned, and then into foster care. Over the years, doctors told his foster parents, who would later become his adoptive parents, that strenuous activities just were not going to be… Continue reading