I’m One Of The Flock!

  • Authenticity

    By: Erica Grogg, House Manager Authenticity. Every time I read or hear this word, a picture of a young child learning how to pronounce it pops up in my mind. Can you see it? Can you hear it? AWE-THIN-ticity. This word seems to have been the theme of Sparrow this past week, but before continuing […]

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  • James Agee: Hope for Humanity

    By: Cindy Lawson, Board Member James Agee (1909-1955) came of age in the 1930’s, a time of want and need in a previously prosperous country. While working as a journalist during the Great Depression, he lived among Alabama sharecroppers which resulted in his essay “Cotton Tenants”. Despite his experience in an environment that might have […]

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  • Made in the Image of God

    By: Lois Lanham, House Aide Sometimes I have a hard time admitting when I am struggling. At times it is an issue of pride; I simply don’t want to let anyone know about my perceived areas of failure. Often, though, it is my assumption that everyone else is strong, handles stressful situations well, and wouldn’t […]

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  • Top 3 Ways to Write This Article: I Chose “Prayer”

    By: Heather Hussey Life is messy, right? And for everyone. Everyone has something — some type of mountain they are trying to conquer. A death they are trying to grieve. A false truth about their worth they are trying to overcome. When asked to write about “empowerment”, so many ideas swirled in my mind. Maybe […]

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  • God’s People Need To Do Things Not Just Have A To Do List

    In structuring the culture of The Sparrow’s Nest you start to discover a certain reoccurring vernacular. Ok, really I just hear myself saying the same things over and over again. “Volunteers are royalty at The Nest.” “Volunteers are the heartbeat of The Sparrow’s Nest.” “Volunteers are at the very center of the DNA of Sparrow.” […]

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  • The Flock is Circling Up

    I tried to help two young teen mothers this week. Both are 17. One is at the beginning of her pregnancy and one is towards the end. One is struggling to stay in school. One is staying on track. One has her high school counselor as an advocate. One hasn’t talked to her counselor yet. […]

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  • The Flock Finds Funds

    Opening up the mailbox and finding it full of checks is just a really, really fun thing to do. A Sparrow value is innovation and creativity and The Flock is always surprising us with the fascinating ways they think to raise funds for The Sparrow’s Nest. Here a just a few from the past month. […]

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  • Can You Hear It?

    It’s the sound of things happening at The Sparrow’s Nest. 2013 is going to be such an exciting year! We need your help as we plan our upcoming events. What types of events would you like to attend? Murder Mystery Dinner? Benefit Concert? 5K Run/Walk? Gala? You’re a creative flock, what other suggestions do you have for […]

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  • The Only Decision Now is Cape or No Cape

    Humor me and take this short quiz: • Clark Kent is the geeky newspaper reporter who moonlights as what superhero? 1. Spiderman 2. Superman 3. Batman • Who is the alter ego of Captain America? 1. Steve Rogers 2. Jim Rose 3. John Barnes • Bruce Wayne is another famous alter ego for which superhero? 1. Spiderman […]

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  • Win October Baby Tickets Here!

    We’re so excited to offer 4 FREE tickets to see the 11 a.m. showing of October Baby this Saturday March 24th Ronnie’s 20 Cine 5320 S. Lindbergh. To be entered in the drawing all you have to do is comment on this post with the phrase “I’m One of The Flock!” and then pick one […]

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Contact Us

Phone: 636.336.2534
E-Mail: info@thesparrowsneststl.org

Mailing Address:

6209 Mid Rivers Mall Dr., #119
St. Peters, MO 63304

Administrative Office:

4132 Keaton Crossing Blvd, Ste 204
O'Fallon, MO 63368