“When God Calls”; view our latest newsletter or download a copy:
February 2017 Newsletter
“Jesus, The Greatest Gift of All”; view our latest newsletter below or download a copy: Nov 2016 AH NL
Meet the new girls and staff at Agape House by clicking here: Sept 2016 AH NL
Agape House is hosting its annual An Evening to Give Them Hope informational night on October 27 in Lake Geneva, Wis. The public is invited to learn more about the positive impact the organization makes in the lives of girls, young women, their families, and the local community. The evening will include a silent auction, inspirational guest speakers, and a gourmet dinner.
Join us Thursday, October 27 at the Geneva National Club, 1221 Geneva National Ave. South, Lake Geneva, Wis. 5:00 p.m. registration followed by a silent auction and 6:30 p.m. dinner. Tickets are $35 per person; $300 for a table of ten. Reservations are required. For ticket information and to RSVP, contact Jan Baker at 262-275-6466 or Jan@AgapeHouseHeals.org
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Curious children playing in the summer sun often stop in their tracks to peek at a cocoon that houses a caterpillar transforming into something new. We stand in wonder of these tiny creatures that spin silky blankets around themselves, close out the world, and then emerge as something completely different from the bodies that went into hiding.
Too often, though, we see “cocoon behavior” that is not so filled with wonder. Parents struggling with alcohol addictions close their doors, hoping no one will see what’s happening within their hearts. Mothers in abusive relationships wall themselves off from concerned family and friends, afraid to leave what they think is the safety of what has become a cell. Children facing abuse and addiction and self-destructive behavior pull the blankets up over their eyes, frightened of a world beyond their familiar rooms. These are the everyday lives of so many who are trapped in a cocoon, afraid to come out of hiding.
Agape House has received a generous donation of estate items from a private donor, for sale Thursday – Saturday, August 27 – 29 at Agape House, 215 Main Street, Walworth, Wis. Items for sale include recliners, dressers, mirrors, cabinets, trunks, headboards, dishes, vintage board games, pots and pans, and some antiques. All funds raised from the sale will support Agape House programs, which help turn around the lives of abused or distressed girls ages 12 through 28.
Donations of household goods are being accepted for the sale (no clothing, please). Donated items can be dropped off at Agape House on Monday or Tuesday, August 24 or 25, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. To schedule a different time or request a pick-up, call 262-275-6466.
Thank you to the hard-working Girl Scout troop from Genoa City who visited Agape House to help tend our flower gardens. What a beautiful lesson in community outreach to enrich personal character. They did a wonderful job and thoroughly enjoyed themselves in the process. Our garden beds are now weeded, healthy and ready for summer flowers. We appreciate the cheerful assistance to keep our grounds looking lovely!
Do you know a Girl Scout or Boy Scout troop who would like to extend community outreach to Agape House? Our non-profit organization is run on volunteerism and welcomes assistance. Please contact us at (262) 275-6466.