Joshua Community Guide 2020 - Page 16

Joshua organizations help those in need W hen someone needs help and doesn’t know where to turn, there are many civic organizations in Joshua that are not only there to be a friend but are also willing to lend a hand. From donating food to giving their time, the following organiza- tions are there for residents who need it most. Crazy8 Ministries A blend of four missions — bibli- cal counseling and discipleship, con- ference, outreach and housing pro- grams — Crazy8 Ministries has pro- vided mental, emotional and spiri- tual stability as well as resources to Johnson County residents to over- come poverty barriers since 2011. C8M was founded by Lisa Schwarz, who is a national speaker, published author, certified biblical counselor, professional life coach and brain health coach. She also designs and develops events, conferences, trainings and workshops for diverse set- tings throughout the United States. Lisa The organization in- Schwarz, herited two facilities in Crazy8 Cleburne that use to be- Ministries long to the Johnson County Christian Lodge — a Christian-based ministry that provided food, shelter and recovery services for indi- viduals and families who were liv- ing without a residence — after the owners retired. The ministry’s main campus is at in Cleburne and the south campus at 1100 W. FM Road 917 in Joshua, the 316 N. Wilhite St. in Cleburne. north campus at 1915 N. Wilhite St. Community hours are from 11 16 Joshua Community Guide