Two years ago, a fire destroyed a warehouse on our property that housed thousands of dollars of goods for the families in our community. Today, we have turned that tragedy into something spectacular for the community. Prayerfully considering our options, we decided to use the insurance money from the warehouse fire to jump start (again) our Isaiah 58 Capital Campaign. God gave us a vision of the future of our campus and he has so readily provided. On September 20th, we had a beautiful ground breaking ceremony marking the beginning of construction on an Early Education and Youth Drop-In Center, fulfilling our promise to bring hope and opportunities to the children of urban Phoenix. We are rehabilitating a hundred year old historic building, set to open next spring. This rehabilitated silo building will house early education and childcare for low-income working families and an after school center for at-risk high school students with an emphasis on leadership development and college access services.