"Every 1 Matters" at Greenhouse Ministries' GAME DAY

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Greenhouse Co-Founder Cliff Sharp and NFL's Raymond Berry
CEO Bill Rawnsley
Johnny B and the Balladeers
Teb Batey
John Blankenship

(MURFREESBORO) Greenhouse Ministries Game Day 2018 played to a packed house Monday (9/10/2018) evening a the Middle Tennessee Expo Center on Middle Tennessee Boulevard.

Greenhouse Ministries CEO Bill Rawnsley shared a look into the future on ways this ministy has grown and changed to the needs of this growing community, since its founding by Cliff and Jane Sharp in 1999.

Then Cliff Sharp had a casual conversation with NFL star quarterback Raymond Berry. We heard motivational stories of how a youngster who wore special shoes as a kid, because one leg was shorter than the other. And against the odds, persistence took him into the championship spotlight--both as an NFL Super Bowl player and coach.


At the end, John Blankenship (Johnny B. and the Balladeers), introduced moving lyrics dealing with Greenhouse that were sung to "What A Wonderful World". The entire audience stood and sang to the lyrics that were posted on the giant screen.


The one theme that kept reverbrating throughout the evening was "Every 1 Matters".

Rawnsley noted, "That's true with the people we help and for the volunteers who lovingly make it happen."

There was mention that Greenhouse is not only seeking individuals who want to improve their life, but also looking for volunteers who wish to make a difference in the lives of others.

For more information, phone Greenhouse Ministries at 615-494-0499 or e-mail reservations@greenhousemin.org.

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