Curtis L. Sapp attended Fayetteville State University and received his BA degree in Education. Curtis also attended American Academy McAllister Institute, Bronx N.Y. where he received his professional master’s degree in Funeral Service. He has studied substance abuse and addiction, mental health, law, ethics and case management at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh.
Terry Barnes is the one that comes with a message of importance that carries the possibilities of bringing change into your life.
Terry shares excerpts of my his with everyone, giving the perfect picture of what will take place in life if you don’t obey your parents, when mother and father are giving us advice we will step out of bounds from what was taught by our parents.
Stepping out of bounds will lead us in the care of those we associate with that brings on a different guidance than what was taught to us by our mother and father. Which usually brings trouble into our lives.
Reverend Brickle was ordained November 16, 2001 by the Wake County Baptist Association and is the Founder and President of Lost Sheep Outreach Ministry in Raleigh, NC. Lost Sheep Outreach Ministry has evolved over the past twenty years. Its inception came about as a result of Reverend Ron Collier and Brother Phil Brickle discussing the needs of the homeless and less fortunate one autumn afternoon. Both had a burning desire to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the community of forgotten persons.
Wayne Eaton took advantage of the program’s resources to get him where he is today. Looking back, only 7 years ago in 2010, Wayne was homeless and jobless living at the South Wilmington Street Men’s Shelter in Raleigh, NC. Now Wayne, is a dedicated servant of the community, helping to build up the hopes and dreams of men who feel lost not realizing that they already have what it takes to move on to their next level in life.
Karen McKinnon is the Women’s Resource Coordinator for Oxford House, Inc. a nonprofit network of 2100 (nationally) self-help recovery homes. She has been a woman in long-term recovery since July 1996. Karen has worked has worked with Oxford House since 2008. In 2011, becoming the first ever Oxford House Women’s Resource Coordinator in the country. Today her work is used as a model across the country.