Meet Tyrone

Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.

Proverbs 22:6

Author, Combat Veteran, Entrepreneur and Motivational Speaker

Tyrone F. Reeves is an author, veteran, entrepreneur and philanthropist based in Huntsville, Alabama.

 

His book “Hidden In Plain Sight: Freeing your mind to the heart’s desire” is a fascinating and exciting fictional tale exploring the psychology of his vibrant characters.

 

Tyrone is not just a published author, but also a passionate, selfless philanthropist that is focused on giving back to his community, without asking for anything in return.

 

 

One of the most popular events that Tyrone has taken part in is STEM. This charity event was a huge success and it consisted of 17 military personnel who volunteered 210 hours of teaching for 1,400 students. Ever since being a tutoring program coordinator for STEM, Tyrone has developed a passion for community outreach.

 

Tyrone was also an active participant in the 2014 Wounded Warrior Project hosted by President Barak Obama on the White House South Lawn. The Wounded Warrior Project aids with active duty service members and veterans. Moreover, Tyrone has received a certificate of appreciation from Walt Whitman Middle School and an outstanding Volunteer Service Medal from the U.S. Army.

Vacation Bible School


Vacation Bible School (VBS) provides a unique approach to learning the Bible and retaining an understanding of Godly principles presented in the Word of God. The programs of VBS increase excitement and participation in the church, evidenced by the consistent growth in attendance and resources used since 1999.

VBS allows an environment for early spiritual growth, produces a great opportunity for outreach, and gives members of the Alfred Street Baptist Church a greater opportunity for fellowship.

History of Alfred Street Baptist Church HBCU College Festival

 

The HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) College Festival is an annual weekend event held in February that attracts more than 3,000 high school students and their families from across the country. Students and parents meet with admissions counselors/representatives from over 70 HBCUs. Moreover, 60% of the schools conduct on-site admissions, and award academic scholarships.

In addition, participants attend both academic and financial seminars throughout the day, to learn more about the college admissions process, and financial aid requirements. The weekend concludes with HBCU Sunday, where the guest speaker, from an HBCU, is recognized during Sunday Worship Services at ASBC.

Woodbine Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center

The Young Adult Ministry at Alfred Street Baptist Church visited the Woodbine Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center to foster a loving environment with the wise. 

CAJA

of Madison

Court Appointed Juvenile Advocates 
100 North Side Square
Huntsville, AL 35801-4820
Phone (256) 532-6988