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.

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.

The Redding CA Community Lighthouse recently participated in Redding’s “City Connect 2017” event attended by over 500 people.

Every Monday night the faithful Aglow Prison Ministry Team goes into the Oregon Coffee Creek Correctional Facility to minister to a group of inmates. Recently they received a letter from one of the women who attends the meetings.

Young people around the world have been impacted by GameChangers. Aglow leaders in Canada and Britain have led GameChangers processing groups with young adults, and now they are starting to lead processing groups for their peers. Each young person testifies to the life-changing results of understanding your identity in Christ.

On the National Day of Prayer, the San Francisco Peninsula Area Team did an outreach to several law enforcement stations bringing them food and messages of gratitude for their service to the community.

Aglow Southcentral Alaska Team

“It has been an exciting season for Aglow in Southcentral Alaska,” writes Wendy Cleveland, Southcentral Alaska “Diamond” Area Team President.

Breakfast at the Firehouse

On December 17th, 2016 the Monroe NC (AM) Community Lighthouse hosted a Christmas Breakfast for all the public safety workers at a local firehouse.

Donna & Charlie FranerDonna Franer will be greatly celebrated for her contribution to Aglow International over the past 28+ Years.

L to R: Leslie Lennep, Glenda Fleming, Jane Hansen Hoyt, Jamie Lynn MartinJamie Lynn Martin shares her heart for Aglow:

I have personally been blessed by the Aglow family in many ways. It's incredible to know that people internationally are praying on my behalf. There is nothing like having people in your life that are encouraging and supporting you. Every person I have met in Aglow has showered me with love. Now that I am older, I have had the privilege of speaking at two different Aglow meetings. These opportunities blessed me tremendously because the Lord gave me the opportunity to share my testimony of His faithful love in my life.

2017 3 7 freedomAn Aglow woman in Texas is using the Aglow Bible Study, "Shame, the Thief of Intimacy" to mentor recovering meth addicts. She writes, “The results of freedom have been outstanding. One of the women I am mentoring is being led to open a facility for active users that want to get clean so they can go to rehab.