After outgrowing their current building, Marked For Life Ministries has announced they will be relocating to a larger space. The new building, still located in The City of Fort Payne, will provide more room to accommodate the ministry's growth and future plans.
The ministry's founder and Executive Director, Logan LeGrande, is excited about the move and what it means for the future of his team. "We are thrilled about this new chapter in the life of our ministry," LeGrande said. "The Lord has been so faithful to us and we believe He has great things in store for us as we continue reaching people with the power of God Given Hope."
Since November, Marked For Life Ministries has been renovating the building to better serve the community in times of crisis. The building will continue to house a food pantry, counseling services, and more space for clothing and other donations. Along with all day to day operations the ministry will use the downstairs for expansion of their administrative volunteers to reach more neighbors in need.
The ministry plans to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony in the new year to celebrate their new facility. Once all cosmetic changes are finished in the new location LeGrande invites friends and people of interest to tour the new ministry center and discover how Marked For Life Ministries is making a impact in DeKalb County.