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Several weeks ago I was blessed to be elected to the board of the Brookland Park Area Association.  The purpose of this association is to promote the business interests of the merchants in the Brookland Park Boulevard area. As most of you know, we have prayed every week since last April for this four block stretch of our city.  We felt very strongly back in October that God was calling us to move our corporate offices to this corridor. Not because it is so distressed, but because it holds so much promise. A few weeks ago, I spent the day at my property near Prospect Virginia.  We have a dirt road that has a crushed gravel surface.  The road has deteriorated over the years and there are a few parts that are now giant mud pits.  However, most of the road is fine.  So rather than pay someone to resurface the entire road, I spent four hours hauling rock from the side of our ridge to fill in the ruts. As I was hauling rock, I was thinking about how this project resembles our work along Brookland Park Boulevard.  If you look at the neighborhoods bordering the commercial corridor, they are relatively healthy.  There is a sense of community pride and a healthy diversity of people of all races and financial means.  This is the neighborhood my husband and I want to live in for this very reason. However, the commercial corridor itself does not reflect the health of the surrounding neighborhoods.  This once thriving business district has a vacancy rate of roughly 50%.  There is a perception of...

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At Embrace we talk a lot about being dream releasers, inspiring our neighbors to imagine what their neighborhood can be; to see beyond the current, often dismal, reality to a new future that we can make together. Last week at our prayer time one of our neighborhood leaders, Richard, showed up with a four foot long roll of paper covered in sharpie titled “I can see . . “. As you can see in the picture, Richard dreams big. He dreams that we can make Brookland Park pedestrian friendly, with rental bicycles, golf carts and even rickshaws to move people up and down the street. He sees a place where the neighborhood can learn about sustainable energy and have an “Apollo of Achievement” to teach kids about robotics, chess and debate. He dreams of a shelter for girls, a place for senior adults to connect to each other, and stores from national retail chains. I love Richard’s vision because he chooses to dream big and ignore cynics who only imagine more of the same. It’s too easy to look at the Brookland Park corridor and see the empty barber shops, abandoned buildings and closed stores and imagine that it always has been, and always will be, this way. The cynics ignore the astounding potential and entrepreneurial spirit of Brookland Park’s people. We have neighbors who look at a store front and see a bustling restaurant or stand in front of the abandoned theater and imagine an arts center. Our neighbors look at a dilapidated house and see a tool to teach job skills. They are able to see beyond...

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Hillside Soldiers is a football league in the heart of Hillside Court that was started because a group of dads cared about doing something positive in the neighborhood where their kids are being raised. The dads had something in common with the boys that live here: football. The boys played for various teams but were excited about being a part of a team that represented them as residents of Hillside. The group quickly grew from a few players to a few dozen and before we knew it we had 30 young guys! They showed up faithfully every day for practice ready to work. The neighborhood came out to watch them play. Finally, Hillside had something positive to be proud of. Sadly, we didn’t have the funds to be recognized as a team. It was heartbreaking. However we never gave up hope and now we have a chance to make this dream a reality. $100 can allow one team member to play. Adopt a team member and help us reach our goal. Here’s how you can help. Either give online through Paypal, be sure to put Hillside Soldiers in the “purpose” box or mail a check to: Hillside Court Partnership C/O Patrice Shelton 1500 Harwood St Richmond Va...

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Every Thursday at 12:00 I walk up and down Brookland Park inviting people to prayer. Honestly, this is my favorite part of the week. I like the feeling of being near our neighbors and doing something that lets them know we care. My last stop before prayer is always Carl’s Barber Shop (all these names are changed.) I save Carl’s for last because I know that Carl will give me a thirty minute sermon complete with alter call. Carl’s sermons are well crafted, but deeply confusing. Dissertations on the correct spelling, importance and pronunciation of God’s name are followed by moments of poetry all conglomerating in, to my ears, a confusing ball of verbal gloop. After 30 minutes of nodding and smiling I make my excuses, vow to see him again next week and walk across the street with my head spinning. Last week I walked into Carl’s only to find we weren’t alone. A well dressed man in a little bow tie was handing out newspapers to everyone in the shop. I smiled and nodded at the man and asked Carl if he had anything we could pray for this week. As soon as the words left my mouth I knew I was in trouble. Mr. Bow Tie began a theological discussion on the nature of the trinity, the truth of the Koran and the importance of overthrowing the man. Carl followed up with a short teaching on one of his favorite topics, the importance of the correct name of God. I was in the middle of the two men smiling and looking back and forth from Carl...

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Embrace Richmond is supporting the efforts of the IMANI CDC’s training initiative known as Belfield Project.  The purpose of the project is to train youth  in fundamental skills and develop strong work ethics by engaging youth and young adults in the renovation of an abandoned property located at 3004 Hanes Avenue right off Brookland Park Boulevard. The Belfield Project is the first beautification effort being supported by Embrace Richmond along Brookland Park Boulevard and we are thankful to the church partners who have joined us in this initiative and to IMANI for allowing us to join them in their mission.   Our goal of this collaborative effort  is to help young people transform their neighborhood, learn valuable skills and build relationships. The most important element of the project are the people. Watch this video to see just a few of the people working to make Brookland Park look fantastic.     We are thankful to Brandermill Church, Salisbury Presbyterian Church, Northminster Church, Trinity United Methodist Church and Hope Church for their support of this project....