Get to Know Amanda Cavaliere – Director of Tomorrow’s HOPE Preschool

THE FACTS: As a former teacher, Amanda always loved watching the excitement in children as they explored, discovered and learned. As a mom, Amanda loved to know that her children were part of a warm and nurturing environment. She is excited to be the Director of Tomorrow’s HOPE Preschool where these two these areas meet and center around teaching children the love of God.

Amanda and her husband, Lou, were married in 2003. They currently live in Voorhees where they are raising a son a daughter.

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One thing I love about my role on staff “I laugh every day!”

A time I saw God at work in my life “God has worked through health crises, home purchases, job searches, and so many more ways. But, I love when we see God at work in the daily details of our lives. Early in our marriage my husband and I badly needed a new back door to our home. After much research we decided we just couldn’t afford even the cheapest option, so we would continue to use the same old broken door. Then a few days later as we drove through our neighborhood, there on the curb was a beautiful Anderson door with a sign saying “free.” It was the exact color and size we needed and a quality above any of our expectations. Whenever I begin to doubt God’s faithfulness or provision, I remember that if God cares for something as insignificant as a door, He can certainly see me through any struggle.

 

A book that rocked my world (in addition to the Bible) ….stuck on this one

 

One reason I think people should check out HOPE Church “would be for the excellent opportunities for families to get involved. From nursery care and Kids Konnect on Sunday mornings, to Tomorrow’s HOPE Preschool, MOPS, Youth group, and the many family ministry events, there is something for every family. It takes a village to raise a child, and HOPE is an awesome village to be a part of!”

Name a hobby that you’d love to get into but probably never will. “Gardening. I would love to have a beautiful perennial garden in my backyard. I dream of cutting fresh flowers from my garden to place around my home. However, I cannot keep the simplist house plants alive, so my dreams of a garden are most likely just dreams!”