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We all matter to God. We are the object of His desire. Some may feel they are not worthy of His love or perhaps they have been made to feel unloved because of the actions and behaviors of others. Nothing can be further from the truth.

One Way Love Ministries’ mission in our community is to show the Love of Christ to ALL people. Our outreach ministries are designed to make a difference in someone’s life.

If you desire to reach out to others that are in need of the love of Christ through practical application, please browse our on-going outreaches below and contact us if you are interested in joining us.

 OutreachPicTeensTeens in Crises

One Way Love Ministries works alongside Cecelia Anderson helping teens in transition.  Most have been abandoned by their parents and stay with whoever they can. They are good kids who want to stay in school but need assistance. This outreach is ongoing all year long.  One Way Love Ministries adopts them at Christmas, Easter and help with whatever their needs are. (For more detailed information about how One Way Love Ministries helps Abandoned Teens, click here).

If you’d like to be a mentor please contact:

Cecelia Anderson
cecelia428@charter.net

If you would like to help with donations, please contact:

Janice Whitten
985-707-7899
jsjebama@att.net or

Rosemary Manint
985-774-6412
roemanint@gmail.com

Sandra Douglas
985-590-9280
sandra.douglas68@gmail.com

Christmas and Thanksgiving

OutreachPicThanksgivingOne Way Love Ministries provide Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner and gifts for single parents and families in crises. If you would like to volunteer or donate, please contact:

Rosemary Manint
985-774-6412
roemanint@gmail.com or

Sandra Douglas
985-590-9280
sandra.douglas68@gmail.com


Our future outreach goals…

  • Is to plan a banquet for single moms, or anyone who may feel unworthy, God will show us who. We want to shower them with the love of Christ and make them feel special.
  • To one day provide housing for both women fleeing from abusive environments and the marginalized and homeless teen.