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|Transforming Lives: Racine Vocational Ministry marks five years of helping people
Talking with Sasha Walter today, one might never guess that less than two years ago the 24-year-old single mother was struggling to survive. The confidence now evident in Walter s voice wasn't there when she was going through a difficult divorce, with...
By Lee B. Roberts, Journal Times, Nov. 21, 2007
|Offering Hope: Endel Williams' continued success mirrors that of Racine Vocational Ministry
As Endel Williams has moved up the career ladder, he has not only increased his salary and improved his benefits; he's cut his commute time down from several hours to 45 minutes. These days, the Racine resident is working as a lab technician...
By Lee B. Roberts, Journal Times, Nov. 27, 2005
|Changing lives: Racine Vocational Ministry helps people chip away at obstacles to find their success
Endel Williams commutes from Racine to Iowa each week for his job. Every Sunday, the 30-year-old makes the journey...
By Lee B. Roberts, Journal Times, Feb. 27, 2005
|Church program aims to help the unemployed
Helping the chronically unemployed or underemployed deal with the issues in their life that might be impeding their ability to find work, and then assisting them in new career paths is the objective of a new program beginning...
By Marci L. Tenuta, Journal Times, Aug. 18, 2002
|Racine Vocational Ministry provide beacons of hope
If you’ve ever been served your morning coffee by Martice Scales at Downtown Racine’s Cup of Hope coffee shop, you may remember the young man's welcoming smile and friendly disposition, along with his responsible way of doing business...
By Lee B. Roberts, Journal Times, Feb. 8, 2009