Category: Letters

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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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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The Influence of Two Men in the Lives of a Boy and a Teen

Here at Bethesda Mission we have the privilege and responsibility to tell vivid stories to help us understand the formidable challenges that our guests face and how the introduction of…

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Hope for Mothers

Donors will often tell us how much they are encouraged by hearing the stories about our guests finding a refuge for healing and the wonderful progress they have made, successfully…

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Compassion on Steroids

“Life Recovery is a long process, not for frail at heart, there are no quick fixes; it’s expensive to deliver, but far outweighs the price tag.” Our story this time…

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Challenges of Reaching Teenagers

In 2019 we held the Grand Opening of Phase 1 of our expanded Community Center. Last month in the January Newsletter we overviewed one of our new programs taking place…

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