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Job-seekers in Abilene have a unique resource. FaithWorks of Abilene is a 13-week career development course, assisting students in overcoming barriers to employment. While employment agencies merely help with the mechanics of getting a job, FaithWorks uses a holistic approach to the issue of joblessness. FaithWorks has helped more than 500 students since its beginning in 2003. Here is

National Pollinator Week, June 17-23, didn’t pass unnoticed in Abilene as FaithWorks hosted a celebration in its garden, which of course, features pollinator plants. With the help of the Big Country Master Gardeners, the garden on the north side of the building has been transformed from a once empty spot to a place of respite. Rolando Rios’

Organizations and individuals met early Monday morning at the Abilene Public Library to discuss homelessness in Abilene and to strengthen networking to allow for positive outcomes. Taking a "Coffee and Conversation" format, Monday's meeting saw those attending submit questions about homelessness, resource availability, etc., while taking regular breaks to network among each other. Jared Armstrong, project coordinator at

Terri Curry’s story is the same, with some variations, as everyone else who walks through the doors of FaithWorks on North Mockingbird Lane. “I was looking for my way,” she said. “I was kind of lost out there.” Curry had gotten clean from a heroin addiction but didn’t know what she was going to do for a living

FaithWorks of Abilene is pleased to announce the establishment of the Bruce Evans Memorial Fund, honoring Dr. Bruce Evans, one of the founding board members of FaithWorks. In 2003,  Bruce was executive director and executive vice president of The ACU Foundation and a certified financial planner. With a heart for ministry and expertise in organizational fundraising,