This Week At Renovation | October 10, 2022

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Saturday Morning Prayer

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Table On Delk

The sex/human trafficking industry in metro Atlanta has grown to nearly $300M annually. The Table on Delk sees over 1800 individuals each year on Delk Road, many of which are victims of sexual exploitation.These women, men and children are being forced or trapped into a lifestyle where their lives don’t matter.The impact on their lives and the lives of their families has generational implications. The volunteers at The Table on Delk want to help end sexual exploitation in Atlanta.The Table on Delk provides a safe place for those who are currently, or at risk of, being sexually exploited to have a meal and get connected to resources that they might not know about. Volunteers are needed to prepare food and to show our guests the Father’s love. By showing them His love through genuine interactions, telling them that their lives do matter and that He has a plan and purpose for them, some of those we serve will take steps toward healing and restoration.The goal is to bring about transformation one life at a time. By showing God’s love in action, we believe that The Table on Delk will be an on ramp to other ministries seeking to rescue and restore these victims. If we can facilitate a rescue of just one person and see that person come to live the life God intended for them, we know there will be a future generation transformed. We believe that The Table on Delk can play a role in ending sexual exploitation in Atlanta.


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Give God Your First And Your Best (APEST)God’s story of redemption is told through the generosity of his people. We are reminded of that truth every time we see the impact that your ministry has on a child of God.


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This journey of life is full of many unexpected twists and turns. Often we determine our course, plan out every step it takes to get to that destination, and then seemingly all at once, we have to take a left turn. When those left turns pop up on our route, it’s so easy to be jolted, to be frustrated, even angry. Things didn’t work out just as we had planned, and after all, our plans assure us, they give us control, they give us security. But our plans fail. Our expectations, when grounded in our ability to stay on our course, will fail. But God never does, and neither do His plans for us!“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare[a] and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.”Jeremiah 29:11


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