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Grace House celebrates women’s transformation

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GUN BARREL CITY–Grace House of Cedar Creek Lake celebrated big to honor those who have achieved their goals while staying at the women’s shelter in Tool.
Grace House’s mission is to give women at risk the opportunity to overcome destructive life-styles of addiction, incarceration, abuse and poverty.
The celebration was held Feb. 23 at the CR Legacy Center, with approximately 200 people in attendance.
A dinner was included and many awards were given to volunteers for their efforts in support of Grace House.
Guest speaker Jan Greenwood of Gateway Church in Southlake stated she has a passion to see women heal and the Grace House women will be forever transformed. She said she could feel the support, love and hope in the room. Greenwood said they now have the fundamentals they need to move on in their lives.
America’s Got Talent finalist and Kemp native Kadie Lynn entertained as well as singer Tammy Harley.
Grace House provides a protected environment both physically and spiritually, so women may grow and mature in their faith and be transformed by the power of God.
Grace House has graduated 325 women in the six years it has been open.
Grace House can be contacted at (903) 432-0012.

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