50 Stories for 50 Years: Shenita Frazier

Before Shenita Frazier committed her life to the Lord, she had attempted to stick to United Ministries’ Adult Education (AE) program three times. Shenita had quit high school in 12th grade when she “turned to drugs and had become rebellious.” She attributes this to have had a “hard life with little motivation, [but it led…
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50 Stories for 50 Years: Laura Stout

50th Anniversary, News
Laura Stout, the current Missions Coordinator for First Baptist Church (FBC) Greenville, “grew up valuing community service” in Greenville. She volunteered at FBC when young and later involved in the Volunteer Service Corps at Wake Forest University, demonstrating her love of “being exposed to other people and ideas.” Her desire to help others led her…
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50 Stories for 50 Years: Gary Barnhart

Gary Barnhart, a volunteer at United Ministries of three years, recently tutored a woman working towards getting her GED. This woman was nicer than imaginable and came to the Adult Education program to study “day after day after day.” The woman was also homeless during this time. After seeing how many barriers she had due…
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50 Stories for 50 Years: Linda Satterfield

Linda Satterfield, a volunteer of 20 years at United Ministries’ (UM) Emergency Assistance program, keeps coming back to help year after year because she feels the “commitment to the community and individuals who need to be served.” She also stresses that she thoroughly enjoys the tasks she embraces here, from packing groceries to interviewing participants…
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