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Whole Man Ministries to provide free food, masks and household goods Friday

By: Fran Daniel  |  Posted: Jul 29, 2020

Whole Man Ministries will hold a food giveaway from 10 a.m. to noon on Friday.

'Whole Man Ministries' holding food, supply giveaway for those in need during COVID-19 pandemic

By: DaVonté McKenith  |  Posted: May 8, 2020

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — "Whole Man Ministries" is ready for another round of supporting their community. They're hosting another food and supply giveaway on Friday, May 8.

FOX8 Finding Hope: Pastor Barry Washington

By: FOX8 Digital Desk  |  Posted: May 5, 2020

Hear Pastor Barry Washington in today’s FOX8 Finding Hope. Pastor Washington is with Whole Man Ministries in Winston-Salem.

Whole Man Ministries: ‘The need is great!’

By: WS Chronicle  |  Posted: Apr 30, 2020

Whole Man Ministries is continuing to be on the frontlines, serving the community.

Whole Man Ministries provides homes for homeless veterans in Winston-Salem

By: Danielle Jackson  |  Posted: Nov 11, 2019

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Veterans who were once homeless now have a place to call their own.

Whole Man Ministries of NC Inc., a local ministry aimed at fighting veteran homelessness, has provided permanent housing for homeless veterans.

Storm doesn’t stop Platform Summit

By: WS Chronicle  |  Posted: Nov 1, 2018

Over 50 women in the midst of Tropical Storm Florence on Saturday, Sept. 15, defied the forecast of wind, flooding roads, and the actual downpour of rain, to attend the first Platform Summit at Whole Man Ministries Community Center, located on the campus of Whole Man Ministries Church in Winston-Salem.

Pastor initiates race relations summit

By: WS Chronicle  |  Posted: Sep 13, 2018

The first Platform Summit Conference of its kind will be held Sept. 15 on the Whole Man Ministries Campus, 3916 Old Lexington Road in Winston-Salem, in the Community Center.

Coming Home: Evangelist rebuilds veterans’ lives and vacant properties one city street at a time

By: Jodi Stephenson Sarver  |  Posted: Nov 1, 2016

For three years, Kenneth Holly of Whole Man Ministries has imagined a place where homeless veterans and their families could live successfully — a place where they could work through their emotional scars, learn financial responsibility, develop home-maintenance skills and regain independence.

Local organization helps community build houses for veterans

By: Katie Nordeen  |  Posted: Oct 5, 2016

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- It’s taken about three years, but a row of brick houses on Cameron Avenue in Winston-Salem are just about ready to become "Homes for Heroes"-- specifically veterans.

Local church celebrates individuals with disabilities

By: Timothy Ramsey  |  Posted: Sep 1, 2016

Many people with disabilities, whether physical or mental, are overlooked and sometimes ostracized in today’s society.  As a way to celebrate and bring attention to such individuals, Union Baptist Church held its inaugural “Champions with DisAbilities Sunday” service.

Rejected Whole Man Ministries continues to raise funds

By: Todd Luck  |  Posted: Jun 30, 2016

Whole Man Ministries is continuing its efforts to expand its program to house homeless veterans after being.

Sexton: Enthusiasm is infectious for veterans project

By: Scott Sexton  |  Posted: Jan 9, 2016

Pastor Barry Washington, by nature, is a positive and upbeat sort.

It doesn’t take long for the excitement to mount in his voice when he speaks.