South Georgia House of Hope: Cathy Pipkin & Cathy Parker
Minor Touches To Major Impact For Nonprofits
South Georgia House or Hope is an addiction recovery ministry in Valdosta, Georgia. SGHOH is a faith-based, residential program to help ladies gain freedom from alcoholism, addiction and abuse. Their success rate is a staggering 88% after five years. The cost is offset by the generosity of an amazing community of givers, making the ministry available to ladies with few resources.South Georgia House of Hope - WebsiteFacebookInterested in the mastermind?Contact me, on social media or by email: email@example.com
EYFPodcast- Exercising Your Mustard seed faith. Cathy Parker and the real field of dreams
EYFPodcast Exercise Your Faith
Have you ever had that idea put on your heart by God to do something and thought, "yes, I could do that" but in the next breath say "I probably shouldn't because I might fail or someone else is probably already doing it." We at EYF know what this is like and when you meet someone who took the idea that God put on their heart and actually ran with it you know you need to listen. Cathy Parker heard God and then did something a lot of people forget to do, she listened. Then she obeyed and the rest is the story of Northern Lights, the true field of dreams that God brought to Barrows Alaska through Cathy Parker. We encourage you to read her book and listen to the podcast several times as there are so many nuggets you'll have your own gold mine at the end.Cathy can be reached at www.beyondtheballfield.com and you can purchase her book there as well. This is a can't miss opportunity for you and a life changer if you ever thought that God had placed a dream on your heart.
Ultra-businesswoman Cathy Parker sits down with the crew and talks financial freedom, owning a small business, marketing, surviving cancer and turning it into the #irockmyscars movement. From multiple businesses, to giving back to the, community and of course her take on our weekly topics on the state of the culture.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dizwhatitis/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dizwhatitis/support
Cathy Parker was a bank employee, a wife, and a mother of 4 student athletes. She didn't have a lot of money, or power, and had ZERO knowledge of artificial athletic turf... but when her children called to her to watch a documentary about a town in the northern reaches of Alaska, struggling to keep kids safe, engaged, and in school, she took action!Cathy answered a whisper in her heart, which led to a whole lotta shouting on the sidelines! Her book, "Northern Lights" tells the story of how she was able to get an artificial athletic field, purchased, transported, and installed in a town with no roads in or out. And, how she changed countless lives in the process, but none so much as her own.Northern Lights was my book club pick for August - check it out on my web site - and join us for this inspiring episode of LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah! ~ Delilah Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Cathy Parker, The Incredible Story of Barrow, Alaska
Sports Spectrum Podcast
Episode 351 Cathy Parker had no idea her life was about to change until an ESPN feature about a football team from the Arctic Circle lit a fire in her soul that she could not ignore. A stirring within her to help the Barrow Whalers football team in a struggling community in Barrow, Alaska, almost 4,000 miles away from her home in Jacksonville, Florida, started a nationwide movement that raised over half a million dollars to build an artificial-turf stadium for a team that needed it. On this episode of the podcast, we learn about Cathy and how her faith in Christ led her to give back and help tiny Barrow, Alaska. Overcoming obstacle after obstacle, Cathy Parker stayed the course and ultimately changed the lives of so many people, including herself. For more, log on to http://SportsSpectrum.com
On this episode of the Positive University Podcast, bestselling author Jon Gordon talks with Cathy Parker, author of the book Northern Lights. Cathy is also the founder of two non profits, Athletes to Champions and Beyond the Ballfield to help athletes and their families deal with the realities of sports and use their influence for good. This interview is about more than Cathy’s story, it's a reminder that we are sometimes called to the most unlikely of causes and to believe in something a little bit bigger that ends up changing our own lives and the lives of others for the better in some of the most unexpected ways. Connect with Cathy at https://cathybparker.com/ Access more interviews at https://positiveuniversity.com/ SHARE FOR A CHANCE TO WIN As you listen, Share you thoughts and Tag @jongordon11 - If you’re on Instagram, post a screen shot too. We’ll be picking a few people at random to win a free book.
Cathy Parker, called by an Anchorage newspaper "Mother Teresa of the Gridiron," took time out from helping the Barrow, AK Whalers high school football team, to join Brother J-Dub in the Corner. Her initiative, Project Alaska Turf (www.projectalaskaturf.com) has been a miracle to the northernmost town in Alaska, and the only Arctic high school football team in America. Take a listen, and DONATE to the cause! J-Dub (firstname.lastname@example.org)