Gideon Bibles at the Mission. The Gideons are an incredible organization! They were founded in 1899 and have distributed almost 2.4 billion Scriptures since 1908.
Little Caesar's Love Kitchen was at the Mission this week. They provided free pizza for all our shelter guests on Wednesday evening!
Cindy snd Savannah unload water they brought to the Mission. They are part of a group that comes monthly to serve dinner.
We had the privilege of attending Josh's graduation from the Steps of Faith Program. Since his graduation he has started working a full-time job while still residing at the Mission.
The Cloverdale Neighborhood Association bought a new washer for the women's shelter! This is a big boost for the lady's laundry since all their washers are donated secondhand.
Kara, Layla, and Kaitlyn came with Grandma Kathy to give sheets and supplies to the homeless. They had just come from taking needed items to a nursing home. Next stop - the park!
The Mission was able to secure a discount on the new kitchen equipment. The savings was used to buy a meat grinder. The grinder will allow us to cut up extra meat and use it in a variety of dishes.
Ron's painting project continues to transform the inside of the Mission. He did an incredible job on the center stairway!
Stan shared about the Mission at Ridgeview Baptist's Women's Missionary Union. Brooke went and made balloon animals for our new friends during lunch.
Erika organized students at East Brainard Elementary School to help the homeless. The third through fifth grades gathered an incredible amount of donations in only a week!