We're making a difference
This program helped my family so much, and we’ve come a long way since being involved. We met some amazing and uplifting people when in the program, a lot of whom left permanent marks in our lives in the best ways possible. So much love! ❤️
I have seen the ministry that FPL does in our community bless many people. This ministry truly helps them do the things that will empower them in order to get back on their feet and move forward in life. The people in my Church have been blessed to be a part of this wonderful ministry.
—Dr. Pat Sparks Sr., Minister, First United Methodist Church
Fellowship Bible Church loves partnering with Faith Promise of Longview. Their staff is kind and easy to work with. Our church family is always delighted to welcome the guests who stay with us. It is amazing to be a part of an organization that regularly changes lives, allowing families to get back on their feet."
—Todd Malone, Pastor of Fellowship Bible Church
It has been a rich blessing to serve with FPL. Over and over again, our church people have said that the blessing was ours instead of theirs. It is a distinct thrill to be a part of helping to rebuild the lives of parents and children involved in our program.
—Dr. Richard Hollingsworth, Minister of Alpine Presbyterian Church
The opportunity for a local church to be involved in this unique ministry is amazing. The church is doing what I believe Jesus would want the church doing. We are blessed to be involved in such a work.
—Troy Bayne, Family Minister of Longview Christian Church
One of the Texas Bank and Trust's core values is to work in service to others. What better way to see our pledge carried out than through supporting the dedicated work of FPL--assisting individuals and families in their greatest hour of need.
—Lori Osborne, Senior Vice President and Advertising Manager, Texas Bank and Trust
What a wonderful opportunity to fulfill Christ’s mission within the church and community! Our church family has discovered that as we try to be a blessing to others, we are actually the ones who receive and experience the blessing of Christ.
—Dr. Richard Emerson, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)