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Luther B. Washington

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Family Life Restoration Center Inc

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Family Life Restoration Center Inc

6105 Mableton Pkwy

Mableton, Georgia, 30126

United States

Company Description

FLRC was founded on volunteer service and it is volunteerism that continues to be a life-giving force that allows us to provide top-quality assistance! We offer a unique opportunity to enrich the lives of others while enriching your own through volunteerism....more

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Luther Washington
Luther Washington, Jr. - Executive Director, Founder & Visionary Luther Washington Jr. is a native of Marrero, Louisiana. He is a graduate Beulah Heights Bible College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Education. A psalmist of the gospel, Luther has been featured on numerous Christian television programs. He was nominated for Best Male Vocalist for the Seventh Annual Atlanta Gospel Choice Awards. Luther is a veteran of the United States Army and served in Desert Storm. He was a Transportation Broker before he founded the Family Life Restoration Center. He is a member of First Missionary Baptist Church and serves as its Youth Director.


Family Life Restoration Center: About Us

In a classroom at Beulah Heights Bible College in 2001, the Lord gave Luther Washington an assignment and showed him the vision of a ministry that would impact his life in an awesome way.
But like many, Luther decided to tuck the vision that God had given him on the shelf. He thought that the vision was too big for him to carry out. Mentally defeated, he asked, "Why bother?" God showed Luther that America had a lot of hurting children with a strong silent cry for help. As a result, the face of the cry manifested itself in ways such as low self-esteem, alcohol drug abuse, crime, homosexuality and suicide. God showed Luther that this cry came from a lack of family structure. The vision was to create a place where marriages, relationships and families can be restored back to His original plan. Still, thinking that the task was too large, Luther still did not act on it. Therefore, God had to show Luther how important this vision was to Him. In February 2006, through no fault of his own, Luther lost his job. In March of the same year, while driving down Mableton Parkway, he was drawn to the old Racquetworld building that had become an eyesore to the community. The building had been vacant for more than 10 years and was in atrocious condition. The building was full of graffiti, broken windows, drug paraphernalia, human waste and mildew. It was not a pretty sight. Helping the Homeless Luther decided to climb through one of the windows and take a look inside. As he walked the building the vision began to unfold and the purpose for every room was revealed. Afterwards, Luther and his brother Tyrone, prayed and asked God to let His will be done if this was the place for the vision to come to fruition. Shortly after looking at the building, Luther took a trip to the tax office to find the owners of the building. As favor would have it, the lady he talked to at the office had talked to the owners the previous day and still had their information on her desk. Luther called, set up a meeting and found that the building was being scheduled for demolition. Negotiations with the owners of Racquetworld was a tedious uphill battle that eventually led to a Town Hall meeting where Luther presented God's vision to the people. Six months later, September 2006, he signed a contract for the building located at 6105 Mableton Parkway. Luther continuously marvels at how God has moved on the hearts of men to bring His vision to fruition. Board Members Luther Washington, Jr. Luther Washington, Jr., Founder & Visionary Luther Washington Jr. is a native of Marrero, Louisiana. He is a graduate Beulah Heights Bible College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Education. A psalmist of the gospel, Luther has been featured on numerous Christian television programs. He was nominated for Best Male Vocalist for the Seventh Annual Atlanta Gospel Choice Awards. Luther is a veteran of the United States Army and served in Desert Storm. He was a Transportation Broker before he founded the Family Life Restoration Center. He is a member of First Missionary Baptist Church and serves as its Youth Director. He is married to Angela and is the father of Luana, Luther III, and Lamarcus Washington.


Meet Luther Washington of Family Life Restoration Center in Atlanta - Voyage ATL

Today we'd like to introduce you to Luther Washington.
Family in a classroom at Beulah Heights Bible College in 2001, the Lord gave Luther Washington an assignment and showed him the vision of a ministry that would impact his life in an awesome way. But like many, Luther decided to tuck the vision that God had given him on the shelf. He thought that the vision was too big for him to carry out. Mentally defeated, he asked, "Why bother?" God showed Luther that America had a lot of hurting children with a strong silent cry for help. As a result, the face of the cry manifested itself in ways such as low self-esteem, alcohol drug abuse, crime, homosexuality and suicide. God showed Luther that this cry came from a lack of family structure. The vision was to create a place where marriages, relationships and families can be restored back to His original plan. Still, thinking that the task was too large, Luther still did not act on it. Therefore, God had to show Luther how important this vision was to Him. In February 2006, through no fault of his own, Luther lost his job. In March of the same year, while driving down Mableton Parkway, he was drawn to the old Racquetworld building that had become an eyesore to the community. The building had been vacant for more than 10 years and was in atrocious condition. The building was full of graffiti, broken windows, drug paraphernalia, human waste and mildew. It was not a pretty sight. Luther decided to climb through one of the windows and take a look inside. As he walked the building the vision began to unfold and the purpose for every room was revealed. Afterwards, Luther and his brother Tyrone, prayed and asked God to let His will be done if this was the place for the vision to come to fruition. Shortly after looking at the building, Luther took a trip to the tax office to find the owners of the building. As favor would have it, the lady he talked to at the office had talked to the owners the previous day and still had their information on her desk. Luther called, set up a meeting and found that the building was being scheduled for demolition. Negotiations with the owners of Racquetworld was a tedious uphill battle that eventually led to a Town Hall meeting where Luther presented God's vision to the people. Six months later, September 2006, he signed a contract for the building located at 6105 Mableton Parkway. Luther continuously marvels at how God has moved on the hearts of men to bring His vision to fruition. As founder and executive director of FLRC, Luther Washington says community support is critical to the organization's overall success.


http://www.brightsidecobb.com/concert-benefits-family-life-restoration-cener/

As founder and executive director of FLRC, Luther Washington says community support is critical to the organization's overall success.
"We're debt-free and own two buildings with a total of 40,000 square feet of space, where we feed qualified community members and offer clothing to families who are unemployed or underemployed. We need help to run an operation as large as this," Washington says. Along with ticket sales, organizers hope to secure tax-deductible business sponsorships to help defray costs associated with the concert. Net proceeds will help FLRC with operating capital to continue meeting the needs of families throughout metro-Atlanta. Businesses and organizations interested in sponsoring the event can contact Luther Washington at luther.flrc@yahoo.com.


http://www.mdjonline.com/view/full_story_sports/26928305/article-South-Cobb-Pantry-to-host-event--seeks-support-to-expand-services?instance=prep_sports_news

We need help to run an operation as large as this," said Luther Washington, founder and executive director of FLRC.
Along with ticket sales, organizers hope to secure tax-deductible business sponsorship to help absorb costs associated with the concert. Net proceeds will assist FLRC with operating capital to continue meeting the needs of families throughout metro-Atlanta. Businesses and associations interested in sponsoring the event can contact Luther Washington at luther.flrc@yahoo.com.


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