Recent E-Newsletters

Announcing Rev. Hunter’s retirement

Dear Friends of Hospitality House Youth Development, On behalf of the Board of Directors of Hospitality House Youth Development (HHYD), I want to announce the retirement of our Executive Director Rev. Johnny Hunter effective December 31st, 2023. Rev. Hunter has served at HHYD for over 17 years and looks forward

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You and HHYD are Blessed to be a Blessing!

“The Lord bless youand keep you;The Lord make His face shine on youand be gracious to you;the Lord turn His face toward youAnd give you peace.”Numbers 6:24-26 See how churches, individuals and companies are being a Blessing. Are you doing all you can to join HHYD in being a Blessing

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We Belong To Each Other

“For by the grace given me I say to every one of you: Do not think of yourself more highly than you ought, but rather think of yourself with sober judgment, in accordance with the faith God has distributed to each of you. For just as each of us has

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Spring Forward with Hospitality House

“They waited for me as for showers and drank in my words as the spring rain.”Job 29:23 NIV Black History Month dinner for students and families was planned for February, but Minnesota weather had other plans. So on Thursday, March 2, 2023 this very fun evening was held. The Students

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Black History Month At Hospitality House

Hospitality House celebrates Black History month:Black history is American history A portrait of the Rev. Robert Hickman created about 1877. Hickman founded the first Baptist church in Minnesota. Born into slavery in 1831, the Rev. Robert Thomas Hickman led fellow slaves on a harrowing river journey to freedom in 1863.

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With The New Year Comes New Challenges

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. CORRECTION: Thanks To All Gift Donors and Volunteers We sincerely apologize that last month’s update included an incomplete list of our generous donors during Christmas With Dignity. We are so eternally grateful for their gifts that we want to acknowledge ALL of them and

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