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Bringing comfort to the families of the sick in San Antonio

Leslie Jones

The Ronald McDonald House is a home-away-from home where families can stay while their children are being treated at San Antonio’s various medical centers. The houses accommodate a total of 50 families with an average of 150 children.

A Message of Hope and Comfort

On December 17, 2006, a team of eight people packed up guitars, bongos and musical equipment and headed to a local shelter that houses young people, ages 12-17, who are illegal immigrants. All have been caught in this country without any adult relatives, many of them escaping very difficult or even life threatening situations in their own countries in Central America.

Visiting the Sick

Maureen McNally

On December 12th, we visited our three community Hospitals, two of which we have been visiting and singing at since Christmas 2003. This Christmas the children and staff at Shriners Burns Hospital and UTMB Hospital (both in Galveston, Texas) as well as those at Mainland Medical Hospital in Texas City were happily surprised not only by our cheerful voices caroling of Jesus’ birth and “His power and glory that evermore shall reign” but also by the special gifts we were able to bring them.

Lives Changed at Hays County Juvenile Center

Richard Story

We want to thank Activated Ministries for giving so unselfishly to our Juvenile Center outreach ministry here in San Antonio! It’s been so rewarding to distribute the sponsored “Who Cares” booklets; they’ve been perfect for the residents of this center by helping them to grow in faith.

Spreading Christmas cheer in South Texas

Theresa D’Abadie

It was a drizzly, dismal, cold day after New Years, when we headed out to the two local pre-schools for underprivileged children; but we were armed with something bright and cheery for all those school kids at Head Start in south Texas.