Month: April 2018

Hope for Mothers

by Scott Dunwoody, Executive Director Have I ever shared with you the importance of holidays to our guests at the Mission? I’m not just talking about Thanksgiving and Christmas, which tend to take center stage in the rescue mission world. But every holiday is important and provides a valuable opportunity to create memories for our…

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The Lord is My Shepherd

by Margarita Rodriguez, House Supervisor, Women and Children’s Mission First, I’d like to say thank you, and next I’ll say that I’m looking forward to seeing you again.  I’m Margarita, the employee at the Women’s Mission that you talk with when you come to volunteer and help us with the many projects that keep our…

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Building a Passion For Reading

by Sue Henke, Community Center Volunteer The Reading Program at the Community Center has been in existence since Fall 2014. It began with a group of dedicated men who wanted to make a difference.  The idea for the Reading Program began because there seemed to be an increase in students who struggled with reading. We…

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A Grateful Heart and a Full Belly

by Katie Andreano, Manager of Communications There’s an open, down-to-earth quality about Cody that invites warm conversation as soon as you meet him. It’s the feeling you get when you sit down to a meal with a good friend. And that’s all part of Cody’s outlook on life, his heart for people and his love…

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Holy Week Devotion – Day 8

Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018 HE IS RISEN! Matthew 28:1-20 (ESV): The Resurrection Now after the Sabbath, toward the dawn of the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to see the tomb. And behold, there was a great earthquake, for an angel of the Lord descended from heaven and came…

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