Brian Bolt, President of CityReach Network

Dear Friends,

I am excited to announce the opening of a Hope Home in your community. Hope Homes provide a place of hope and freedom for people dealing with life-controlling issues or desperate situations. Since the first Hope Home opened in 2008, hundreds of men and women have been given a second chance in life. A chance to build a life, a chance to make a difference and a chance to bring the same hope that saved them to others who are struggling.

CityReach Hope Homes focus on spiritual discipleship and life skills. We provide a place of hope and freedom in a faith-filled, family style atmosphere where individuals can be held accountable and encouraged to reach their full potential.

The director of the Springfield Hope Home is a trained leader. John Alarid has had many years of experience running a Home. He brings a sense of leadership and stability to the staff and residents.  John will also be launching a CityReach church (CityReach Springfield) in March of 2016.  springfield.cityreachnetwork.org

We look forward to serving the community and bringing hope to those in need. For more information please log onto our website: crhopehomes.org or email John @ jalarid@cityreachnetwork.org

Serving with you,

Brian Bolt

President, CityReach Network

One thought on “Brian Bolt, President of CityReach Network

  1. THANKS for this introduction/encouragement for this first HOPE HOME in Springfield, Missouri! I am ALL in for what God will do there!

    A personal thank-you from John Caleb Alarid’s Mom and family in Albuquerque, NM! I only wish it was beginning here!

    Carla B. Heinecke, M.Ed.
    Retired Public School/Community College Educator

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