“I was homeless, addicted to drugs and living on the streets when I heard about the House of Mercy. My nephew was in the same situation as I was and had come here a few months prior to when I did. After hearing from him and seeing how well he was doing, I wanted the same thing for myself. I really didn’t know what to expect, and honestly I was looking for a place that I could get clean and have a roof over my head. After getting here, I soon realized that this wasn’t a shelter, but a Christian home,” says Charlie.
A great many people have often gazed at the stars from time to time and posed the question what is out there.
As of today, sports are back in full swing with Major League Baseball beginning their season last week, and the NBA finishing up some last-minute scrimmages, will begin their regular season tomorro
On July 10, the drivein circus came to Graham, Tx. Dubbed “the world’s very first drive-in circus” it was formed as a result of COVID-19 and is completely set up outdoors to accommodate social distancing. When picturing a circus most envision an oversized red and white big top tent, tigers, lions and elephants. This circus, however, was not like that at all.
(L-R): Anna Rogers (Olney Chamber of Commerce), Greg Fortner (Olney ISD Football Coach & husband to Laura), the Fortner Children: Tank, Aspen and Steel, Laura Fortner (Owner operator) and Tammy Montgomery (Olney Chamber) during Cub Nutrition and Energy’s Ribbon-Cutting ceremony.