Recently, Victoria Blodgett, Regional Director of the New England Region, tried a creative idea to generate funds beyond the tithe to the General Fund at Headquarters.

The Aglow Palestine Lighthouse in Texas which was just affiliated this March has already completed their first community outreach.

On June 2nd of this year, Lee Krueger graduated to Heaven finally meeting the Lord and Savior face to face whom she loved and faithfully served during her life.

“This was our third event focused on Human Trafficking and we definitely feel like it is gaining momentum. Our goal in Union county is to raise awareness,” writes Evelyn Daniels, Monroe NC Lighthouse President.

“Our Spring Leadership Training event was an advancement into the next new season of Aglow,” writes Linda Farrar, VP of Special Events, OR SW/CA NW Area Team.

The Minnesota Northeast Area Team, is continuing to build a bridge with the local law enforcement through the “Adopt-A-Cop” program.

Today was a huge success! Besides getting to pray and minister to the South Padre Island Firemen we also got to pray in preparation for Spring Breakers that will come soon. We stopped and ministered to people as the Spirit of God lead!

In January the Apple Valley, California Aglow Couples GameChangers Group held a celebration event for completion of their processing group.

Recently as Earlene Leming of the CA Aglow Prison Ministry stood between three “grads” in the living room of the Southern Area Field Coordinator’s home singing Christmas Carols together, her mind was fixed on another Christmas thirty years ago in a tiny Prison Chapel.

Augusta Odoteye, National Director, West Africa - This Jubilee Conference brought new awakening in our spiritual lives. Every one I spoke to is talking about the vision and plans they have conceived to take Aglow further in their nations. I am so excited, and this has encouraged me, giving me the hope of seeing great strides of the activities of Aglow, reaching homes, and making Aglow a household name in all of Africa.

This morning, I made a quick run to the grocery store in my neighborhood, and a woman with a radiant countenance stopped me and said, ‘Hey, I'm better!’ I replied, ‘Praise the Lord!’

The Yuma Arizona Aglow Lighthouse is growing rapidly. So many new people are attending their meetings that recently the group had to move to a larger facility.

Ada Kay Brown, Aglow officer in Kerrville, TX Community Lighthouse for Central Texas Area Aglow is a first responder volunteer, educated and skilled in American Sign Language and is a Deaf Support Specialist. She is also a volunteer with the American Red Cross serving since 2008. During Hurricane Harvey, Ada was deployed to San Antonio TX, on Friday August 25th after working at her local shelter for two days.