Broken Chains Ministry

Where You’ve Seen Us

The following list is one that we continue to build as God blesses us with the opportunities to share and engage our community and the world by sharing the story of Broken Chains.

If you have any additional media to share with us, please feel free to contact us with the appropriate information for review.


Pastor Cody’s Story Featured In International Men’s Magazine Sorted

Pastor Cody’s life transformation story was seen in the July/August 2016 release of Sorted Magazine from the UK.

Sorted Magazine has a subscription base of over 250,000 in over 150+ countries world-wide.

To view the online version of the magazine article click here.

 

 

 

 


Pastor Cody: Guest Speaker At Parkview Christian Church in Orland Park, Illinois

At the end of June we were privileged to be the guests of Dr. Tim Harlow, who is the senior pastor at Parkview Christian Church. Dr. Tim invited Pastor Cody and Heather to join him for the Saturday night service and 2 morning services on Sunday. The services were setup in “interview mode”. Dr. Tim spent time at all 3 services delving into Pastor Cody’s transformation from “bad boy” to Pastor for Jesus Christ.

To view one of these services, please go to the Parkview Christian Church website, then select “watch”, then select “Broken Chains”. To begin, click here.

 


Teaching Series at Woodlands Church: The Case For Grace

Summary:  In March 2015 both Pastor Cody and Heather were invited down to Woodlands church in Houston, Texas to share in the final message of a series taught by one of their teaching pastors Lee Strobel.  Lee’s series was titled after his latest Amazon.com best selling book titled “The Case For Grace.”

Content in its original form can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7plRHj8ej7U

 


Book: The Case For Grace

Summary: In February 2015 author Lee Strobel released a book in which Pastor Cody Huff’s personal story is found. Pastor Cody’s story is found exclusively in chapter 6 of the book.

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You can pick up your own copy of the book in paperback, hardback, audio, or kindle form on Amazon.com.

HOW TO MAKE YOUR PURCHASE GO TWICE AS FAR

If you use the links above to purchase the book, Amazon.com will donate a portion of the proceed from the book to Broken Chains Ministry!


Criminalizing the Homeless

Summary: A video piece which aired in March of 2008 on WNET, a PBS affiliate.

Content in its original form can be found here: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/2008/03/07/march-7-2008-criminalizing-the-homeless/18373/.


Clark County lunch program helps feed those in need

Summary: A video piece which aired in December 2013 on KTNV, the local ABC affiliate in Las Vegas. This piece features our Two Lunch Tuesday partnership program. You can find out more about Two Lunch Tuesdays here.

Content in its original form can be found here: http://www.jrn.com/ktnv/news/better-lv/Clark-County-lunch-program-helps-feed-those-in-need-236263111.html.


Common Ground Las Vegas – Socks!

Summary: A promotional video piece from a community sock drive that a group did in Las Vegas in January 2015.


The Story of Broken Chains

Summary: A video piece created in December 2014 by Hope Church in Las Vegas to share to their church how their partnership impacts the homeless in Las Vegas.


Bagging Hunger

Summary: A video presentation created by Hope Baptist Church which was used to explain our partnership during their Hope For The World missions conference in 2011.


Book: Stripped

Summary: In 2002 pastor and author Jud Wilhite released a book in which details about Pastor Cody Huff’s life on the street are described. Pastor Cody’s story is found under a pseudonym in the book.

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You can pick up your own copy of the book on Amazon.com.

HOW TO MAKE YOUR PURCHASE GO TWICE AS FAR

If you use the links above to purchase the book, Amazon.com will donate a portion of the proceed from the book to Broken Chains Ministry!


Broken Chains feeds hundreds of homeless at local Harley dealership

Summary: A news segment which aired in December 2012 on KTNV, the local ABC affiliate in Las Vegas. This piece was of one of our homeless Christmas dinners where we served over 1800 hot meals to the homeless thanks to our volunteers and partners.

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Content in its original form can be found here: http://www.jrn.com/ktnv/news/184771901.html.


Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Teams Up With Broken Chains Ministry To Host Annual Christmas Dinner For The Homeless

Summary: A write up in the Harley-Davidson’s dealers blog briefly describing the support for our Christmas outreach in December of 2010.

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Content in its original form can be found here: https://lasvegasharley.wordpress.com/2010/12/14/las-vegas-harley-davidson-teams-up-with-broken-chains-ministry-to-host-annual-christmas-dinner-for-the-homeless/.


Hope Church’s Mission Conference: Hope For The World – Promotion of Broken Chains

Summary: A promotional piece that provided attenders of Hope Church opportunities whereby they could engage with the homeless in the Las Vegas community by volunteering with our ministry. Our ministry is listed the third one down the page.

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Content in its original form can be found here: http://www.hopechurchonline.com/hope-for-the-world/las-vegas/.


Groups Help Feed Locals For Holiday

Summary: An article from part of a news transcript airing on the local CBS affiliate in Las Vegas (KLAS) mentioning our Christmas outreach dinner.

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Content in its original form can be found here: http://lasvegas.cbslocal.com/2012/12/26/groups-help-feed-locals-for-holiday/.


Broken Chains Christmas

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Summary: A photo journal gallery compiled by the Las Vegas Sun from our December 2012 Christmas dinner for the homeless.

Content in its original form can be found here: http://www.lasvegassun.com/photos/galleries/2012/dec/25/broken-chains-christmas/461614/.


Photos: Feeding their souls

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Summary: A photo journal gallery compiled by the Las Vegas Review-Journal from our December 2012 Christmas dinner for the homeless.

Content in its original form can be found here: http://www.reviewjournal.com/news/las-vegas/photos-feeding-their-souls.


Broken Chains YouTube Channel

Summary: From time to time, we post content on our YouTube channel from partnerships and media exposure. You can access those video clips directly on our YouTube Channel.

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Broken Chains on Twitter

Summary: We post links to our newsletters, Facebook posts, and pictures of our different homeless events on our Twitter account @vegasbcm.  While you’re there checking out our Twitter page, make sure to follow us!

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Broken Chains Facebook Page

Summary: Many of our volunteers, and supporters are a part of our Facebook community.

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Find out more about our core values and beliefs in our Statement of Faith for the ministry.