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Single Mothers’ Conferences

Single moms all have different stories.

Some are divorced, some got pregnant out of wedlock, while others lost their husbands at war. But no matter how they became single mothers, they face the same struggles.

“My mother used to always tell me, ‘You’re not the first woman who’s ever had this happen to you so get up and get going and we don’t have to go under the mountain, we can go over the mountain. We don’t have to have a pity party, we can rise above all that,'” Fallin recalled.

It was advice that stuck. Now, helping women rise above their circumstance has become one of Fallin’s passions. She especially wants to stop what she calls the “generational curse” that is passed down from grandmother to mother to grandchild.

“I really think one of the ways we can better our states is by empowering our citizens and letting them know that they’re not alone and helping them find a better path to life,” Fallin said.

Arise Ministries is based on Isaiah 60:1, “Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord rises upon you.” Each year the organization holds a two-day event called “Survive ‘N Thrive,” and those two days often change the lives of single moms forever.

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  Arise Ministries Single Mothers’ Conferences 
Hundreds of single mothers, volunteers and special guests filled Crossings Community Church for a weekend of encouragement and fellowship.  The weekend was full of inspiring Bible teaching by Pam Kanaly, special interviews of people sharing testimonies of life as (or with) a single mother.


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