It is an extremely harsh and mean world out there if you think you can handle it all by yourself. Because the only thing for sure anyone can accomplish…
It was a special evening at the Marina Civic Center in Panama City, FL Wednesday, May 23, 2018, as another of our Titus 2 students celebrated receiving her GED during the Tom P. Haney Technical Center annual graduation ceremony. Family, … Read More
It is with great joy that we announce the graduation of a Titus 2 student from the Bay County School District GED program at Tom P. Haney Technical Center. When she completed the final test today, she accomplished a goal that, until a few months ago, seemed beyond reach.
Today, with tears in her eyes as she showed me her temporary certificate, she said, “My Daddy, before he died, said he regretted never seeing any of his sons or his daughter graduate from high school.
I have the coolest job. Seriously, every day I get to read the Bible and dive into amazing content to find ways to bless others. Working at a Christian publishing house, I get to work with amazing men and women who have dedicated their lives to bringing God glory through the written Word. Still, there are times I just don’t want to go to work. Maybe there’s a huge presentation looming, I just can’t stand to look at one more spreadsheet, e-mails are piling up, or I once again have to use my “gift” of nagging so we can meet a hard deadline.
Titus 2 ladies were treated to a wonderful Spring Brunch at the Sandra Drive home of Pastor Terry and Carrie Tatum. Carrie’s mother, Peggy Majure, co-hosted the event with Carrie. The table was a feast of color for the eyes! Refreshing homemade Strawberry Lemonade and coffee started the morning off. Hashbrown casserole, Pigs-in-a-blanket, delicious cinnamon Monkey Bread and donuts were part of the fare.
Enthusiastic hobby home gardener Jennifer Adams and her husband Nathan donated and delivered a raised bed garden to Titus 2 last week. Today it got filled and planted, along with 2 other flower beds, with a variety of vegetables….. bell peppers, cabbage, bush beans, yellow squash, potatoes, and radishes.