Category: Letters

“State of the Mission” 2018

by Scott Dunwoody, Executive Director The President’s State of the Union address is meant to inspire hope for the citizens of America. Yet while so intended, political posturing, re-election ambitions…

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This Christmas, Give a Gift to Change a Life

by Scott Dunwoody, Executive Director New birth; new life; counting our blessings; giving wondrous gifts; enjoying fellowship with family and friends. These are all examples of what the Christmas season…

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The Way of the Cross Leads Home

by Scott Dunwoody, Executive Director Every month an average of 100 men walk up the steps and check in at 611 Reily Street—half are completely new to the Mission; half have…

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From Suffering to Renewal

“God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks to us in our conscience, but shouts to us in our pain.” –CS Lewis Suffering is a painful, but universal fact of…

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Stories from the Dental Clinic

Jose came to the Mission in severe pain. He was homeless, yet employed at the racetrack when an accident with one of the horses occurred. Jose’s arm was broken at…

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Our Prevention Strategy

I would be a rich man if I had $100 for every time someone asked something like, “It’s great that Bethesda Mission helps so many men and women recover from…

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Building Projects on the Horizon

Two years ago we were peering into the next 3-5 years, facing crucial decisions and wonderful opportunities to provide expanded and restored facilities for our men, women and children. As…

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