"From Homeless and Hungry to Wholeness and Helping" by Yvette Carter
Having lived through domestic violence, rape, prison, homelessness, food insecurity, and cancer, these experiences have given Yvette the compassion and ability to mentor others. But her story did not end with addiction and abuse;
"Our past does not define who we are. I used to carry a lot of hurt due to all the mistakes I made. When I started going to recovery meetings I realized that I was not alone. That was 10 yrs ago. I’ve been a mentor now for 9 yrs." Yvette is now the Director of Open Arms Ministries, President of Victor Newman Ministries, Outreach Pastor at Crosspointe Church and advocate for women and families who have suffered domestic violence, food insecurity and much more. She now oversees supplying 200+ families with groceries and necessities every week and looks for other ways to serve in her community and share her story of hope!
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