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dateFebruary 4, 2011 userPosted by:

Idea Camp Orphan Care is coming to NW Arkansas on Feb 25th & 26th!

The Idea Camp Orphan Care is coming to NW Arkansas on Feb 25th & 26th and Cobblestone Project is proud to help bring this event to our community. The world is full of people with great ideas. Unfortunately for many, they will take these ideas all the way to the grave without ever actualizing them.

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dateDecember 17, 2010 userPosted by:

Cobblestone Project 2010 Year Ending Reflections

As 2010 comes to and end, we wanted to pause for a moment to reflect on just what an incredible year it was. We want to say thank you to everyone who loaded dirty clothes into a laundry machine, dug their hands into the soil, stirred a pot of soup, hauled a mattress for a

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dateOctober 13, 2010 userPosted by:

“Why the issue of Fatherlessness?”

On Nov 2nd, the Cobblestone Project is hosting our second “Present in the City” evening together.  For this gathering, we have chosen to focus on the issues of Fatherlessness and have invited Dr. John Sowers, author of “Fatherless Generation” & President of The Mentoring Project, to be our guest. But some may ask, “Why a

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dateSeptember 6, 2010 userPosted by:

Present in the City “The Fatherless” with Dr. John Sowers, President of The Mentoring Project (Tues, Nov 2nd @ 6 pm)

“The story of Fatherlessness is being written into the heart of our generation. Quite often it is a story of shame, loneliness, and rejection” (FatherlessGeneration.com).  However, we believe there is hope. On Tuesday, November 2nd, we are honored to have John Sowers, President of The Mentoring Project, join our community to share his personal story

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dateDecember 4, 2009 userPosted by:

Update on Oct story “Family of 5 without Parents is in Need”

In early October we were alerted of a situation here in NW Arkansas that captured our hearts.  A family of 5 children that were without their parents was in need of some big help.  In order to help, their grandmother offered to serve as their caretaker; however, the living situation had forced her to spend

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