“Present in the City” with Greg Russinger (Video & Connection Info)

A special thank you to all who shared "Present in the City" with us on March 14th.  It was a special evening to share with a community or people seeking encouragement & strength as we walk this road together.

Thank you to Seth Primm for sharing his gift of music with us to start things off.  Each initiative team had the opportunity to share the latest news and share some inspiring stories.  Thank you to those who truly make Cobblestone Project come alive.

We had the honor of sharing "Don's Story" with those present with us.  Don is the first person to benefit from the Our Step initiative, and his story is a powerful one of hope.

We had a special guest all the way from Portland with us for "Present in the City."  Greg Russinger, founding member of Just One, shared with us what it truly means to be present in our city.

If you missed the evening, we did record the evening, so please enjoy Greg's words.

Coming Soon...click here to download the audio (mp3) recording of the Greg's talk

During Greg's time in NW Arkansas he had an opportunity to visit with Samaritan Community Center, Seven Hills Homeless Center, see the Cobblestone Project DC & first Fayetteville Laundry Love location and spend a little time in Fayetteville. 

We were also honored to have Josh Stolier from Portland and Just One Hub leaders Max Fincher (Dallas) and Andy Houltberg (Kansas City)

Thank you to the team from WeAreOverlooked.com who were present with us & who are supporting the "Our Step" initiative through their efforts.  When you purchase one of their "Homelessness t-shirts" a portion of the proceeds go to support finding housing for those without.

We do owe the biggest thank you for bringing us all together for the evening to Katelyn Graves.  She is truly our hero behind the scenes and we are so thankful for her continued efforts to support Cobblestone Project.  We could not do any of this with out her!

If you would like to find out more information on Cobblestone Project, any of the initiatives or volunteer to help, please visit our Cobblestone Project Home Page for more information.