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NCM Exhale Too Youth Leader & Pittsburgh Promise Student Graduates from college with honors

BOB (Brothers Overcoming Barriers) Class Graduates


NCM Trip to Pittsburgh Steeler's Quarter-Back, Ben Roethlisberger camp pays off Big for students!


NCM Youth inspired by NCM and Tuskegee Airman to Graduate from High School during NCM leadership trip.

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"It's a struggle this year:" Family copes with death of mother of five


“My own child suffered from mental health issues, but she had the heart of a giver,” said Ms. Snowden. “Christmas was not something I had to worry about — she did it.” On Nov. 29, at age 37, Chantal Snowden died in her sleep. She left behind five daughters, ages 2 months to 21 years old, and a grandson.

"A Lincoln-Lemington Group, Nabhi Christian Ministries, has also stepped in with gifts to help the family." 2018

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An extended family could use a helping hand

Mr. Patterson said. “We never know when the lights might be shut off.”

As a result, the Pattersons have had to look to social services for help, visiting a local food bank and working with Nabhi Christian Ministries. That doesn’t sit well with Mr. Patterson.

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Goodfellows gives her eight grandkids a chance

"Nabhi Christian Ministries, through the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Goodfellows Fund and Toys for Tots, will help ease that struggle this Christmas with toys for the eight children. Nabhi has worked with Goodfellows since 2005 and will help more than 300 families this Christmas season." 2012

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Despite Her Rough Year, Things Are Looking Up for 2014

"To me, this is a young lady who is struggling but has goals and dreams and doesn't give up," said Jacque Fielder, founder of the agency, which provides leadership training, recreation and other services to support families and stem violence.

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A Mother's Pledge 'As long as I have a breath in my body, they will all make it to college'

"Ms. Evans tries to shield her children as best as she can. When they hear gunfire, she tells them: "Oh, it's fireworks." 

"Ms. Evans is again looking to Nabhi to help bring some Christmas cheer to her children." 2009

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