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When Christians Speak Presents: Sis Tracy Alston of Anathothhouse.org

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Tracey Carrington Alston  was born in South Boston, Virginia.  She lived between Virginia and New York most of her childhood and she accepted Christ in 1995.  Tracey is married to Gerald Alston and they have four children.  Tracey’s heart is to help the homeless and less fortunate.  Her favorite verse is...we are the salt of the earth. Matt 5:13  In 2008, Minister Gerald Alston and his wife, Tracey, visited the Washington DC metropolitan area, handing out warm and nutritious meals to the men and women who sat in our nation's parks.  Month after month, they continued distributing nourishment to those in need. They eventually expanded their distribution to the homeless community of Southern Maryland. Along with food, they passed out survival kits that included tents, sleeping bags, blankets, etc. The Alstons recognized the ongoing need to help the homeless and thus, in 2010, Anathoth House, Inc. a ministry of restoration was established. (www.anathothhouse.org)  Our mission is to go out into the hedges and highways, to reach the many who are hurting, hopeless and/or have been treated unjustly due to the lack of resources.  As we meet their practical needs, we encourage them in the Gospel, in the hopes that they will soon yearn for a more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. We believe the daily application of God’s principles will enable those who are facing crisis, to enter into a lifestyle of victorious living. We know restoration is a delicate work and it is not to be done without much prayer and direction from our Heavenly Father. Anathoth House would like to thank those of you who contribute to this ministry. Your prayers, donations and testimonies have given us the support we need to be an extension of God's hands and feet, reaching those who are less fortunate .