Blue Water Highway

Blue Water Highway Band includes, from left, Kyle Smith, Catherine Clarke, Zack Kibodeaux and Greg Essington.

LAKE JACKSON — One of the objectives of True to Life Ministries is to help people pick up the pieces. That’s one of the reasons why this year’s Concert of Hope: Picking Up the Pieces is so aptly named.

“Our hopes are to raise awareness about some of the issues and the challenges that our community is facing on any normal day, but especially during this time with so many having experienced loss of jobs and loss of wages,” said Christopher Ballew, the monthly donor and development coordinator for True to Life Ministries. “And also the things that True to Life is doing to help individuals pick up the pieces and start putting them back together.”

Corinna Richardson is the features writer for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0150. ​

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