Year: 2021

We Can Fix It

Lily K. Martin, Communications Specialist “Hey, we need you to fix something”, is a phrase that Darvin Martin and Dan Latshaw hear several times a day. While the work is…

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Bethesda Mission Food Bank Celebrates 25 Years!

Read the full newsletter here. Dave Hicks, Director of the Food Bank Lily K. Martin, Communications Specialist Humble Beginnings The story of the Bethesda Mission Food Bank begins in 1996…

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The Greatest Story Ever Told

Read the full version here! “Greatest Story Ever Told” : This House of Mercy’s Story Is that Story  The Grateful Dead’s song titled the “Greatest Story Ever Told” isn’t the…

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Counting Our Blessings

November 2021 Appeal Largely unseen and yet crucial to this House of Mercy called Bethesda Mission is our beloved Board of Directors. These followers of Jesus Christ are collectively equipped…

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Sherburne P. Hill Remembered: 1925-2021

Bob Manbeck, former Director of Community Relations Ambitious, caring, creative, faithful, joyful, resourceful: these are just a few of the character traits exemplified by the late Sherb Hill, who served…

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I’ll Drive With You

Lily K. Martin, Communications Specialist “Rundown. I was beating up my body with all the drinking. I couldn’t take it anymore. Something had to give.” Vance Reinhart was a completely…

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Out with the old, in with the new

Lily Martin, Communications Specialist I ventured to see the new Women’s Shelter on a gray, murky day in August. Parking my car just behind an overgrown fence row, I could…

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Celebrating the Goodness of God

Check out our September appeal, Celebrating the Goodness of God, here!  

A Double Portion Blessing

A Double Portion Blessing Sometimes it is overwhelming how a theme just emerges in our lives. Well, it certainly appears that is the case in the life of this House…

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Bethesda’s Outreach Ministry Has a New Name!

Here at Bethesda Mission, one thing that we’ve recognized over the years is that poverty and hunger are less visible and harder to cure in more rural areas. So in…

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