Bring the Hope Tour Starts 11/5

11/5 @ 6:30 pmbring-the-hope-flyer

3815 Clifton Rd, Greensboro, NC  27407

Admission:  Free

His Scars to Our Scars is a movement bringing hope and love into the lives of people dealing with suicide and depression.  HSTOS was started almost a year ago by Josh Stegenga with a mission to let people know they are not alone in their struggles.  Tomorrow night (11/5) starts a new leg of the journey as they present the first ever “Bring the Hope” tour event.  The night includes music from Evan Blackerby, Bannister, and Layden.  Josh Stegenga will share his powerful story of loneliness and hurt, and how he found rescue in the love of Christ.  There will also be some touching testimonies from others that have been delivered from the sorrow and pain of depression and attempted suicide.  

If you or someone you know struggles with depression or suicidal thoughts please join us tomorrow night and find healing in the wound.  If you are someone that could help support this ministry with prayer or finances, it will be a great opportunity to find out more details about HSTOS.  Admission is free, but a love offering will be taken to cover the cost of the event.  I hope to see you there!

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  1. Hi. I’m writing from The Jed Foundation which works nationally to reduce the rate of suicide and the prevalence of emotional distress among college and university students. We are presenting The Jerry Greenspan Student Voice of Mental Health Award for college students who have had mental health issues like the one’s you write about on your site and wanted for you to help spread the word.

    The award is for a video on their experiences with mental health issues and how they are working to raise awareness and encourage their peers on the issue. The award includes a $2,000 scholarship, a trip to NYC to our annual gala in June 2009, recognition through our site and events and possibly appearing on MTVU. The info is on our site (link below).
    We are interested in having you post the information on your blog. We are also interested in having folks write about the importance of doing work like this and show casing, if you will, this award we are presenting.
    Thank you so much for your time and feel free to email me.
    http://jedfoundation.org/programs/student-voice-of-mental-health-award
    Eman

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