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Those in jail/prison
have served their time.
But most will return to
prison unless they get
the help they need.

If they get the help they
need there will be less
crime. Safer
communities and lower
cost to taxpayers.

They need housing,
transportation,
reestablish family
relationships and a job.

This is why we want to
help  these women.
Past Charity Event
Read Report About The Fourteenth Annual
Pancake Breakfast Below
Thirteenth Annual Pancake Breakfast
was Saturday, November 12,2016. It was a success thanks
for all those who attended and those who mailed in checks
to help support The Shepherd's Way Ministries, Inc. 26
attended the pancake breakfast. Every one enjoyed the
pancakes and the time to meet new people. We want to
thank our guest speaker,
Daniel Smith for sharing about his experience working with
those who need help and a place to stay. These women
need a place to go and get the help they need to get their
lives turned around. Those present thought the speaker
was very interesting and informative about why there is a
need for a home for women when they come out of jail or
prison. We received a total of 1,236.00. We want to thank
everyone who came and those who gave donations. We
also want to thank:

HyVee at 301 NE Rice Rd, Lee's Summit. For donating a Gift
Card for $25.00 for food for Pancake Breakfast.

We want to thank those who donated Gift Cards and other
Prizes
We want to thank Cornerstone Church for providing a place
for us to have our Pancake Breakfast.
Fourteenth Annual Pancake Breakfast
was Saturday, November 11, 2017. It was a success thanks
for all those who attended and those who mailed in checks
to help support The Shepherd's Way Ministries, Inc. 26
attended the pancake breakfast. Every one enjoyed the
pancakes and the time to meet new people. We want to
thank our guest speaker. Joyce Kirk shared about her
involvement in local jail ministry in Westcliffe, Colorado
where she shared weekly with women inmates and also
served on Kairos teams at Colorado’s Federal Women’s
Correctional Facility in Canon City, Colorado.
She shared the necessity of prayer for jail and prison
ministry for it to be successful. She invited other to join her
on the prayer team for The Shepherd's Way ministries.
Ruby Evans shared about her experience with jail and
prison ministry for several years and also being involved
with Homes helping women get their lives turned around.
She shared that it is important to have a home for these
women to get the help they need so they can live
successful lives.
Dale and Shirley shared an update about what’s happening
with this ministry and our vision for the future.

Those present thought the speakers was very interesting
and informative about why there is a need for a home for
women when they come out of jail or prison.

We received a total of $1,020.00. We want to thank everyone
who came.  
We are grateful to those who gave donations. We also want
to thank:
HyVee at 301 NE Rice Rd, Lee's Summit. For donating a Gift
Card for $25.00 for food for Pancake Breakfast.

Bed Bath & Beyond and Maridel Christian Books for
donating Gift Cards.  We want to thank On The Border for
Cards for Free Bowl of Signature Queso with adult entries;
We want to thank Cornerstone Church for providing a place
for us to have our Pancake Breakfast.