The Worst Part

Have you ever thought what it would be like to experience homelessness? If so, you probably asked yourself this question: What’s the worst part about experiencing homelessness? Maybe it’s the fact that there is no “place” to call home… nowhere to go home to because there is no home. That might feel a little like trying to play baseball without a “home” plate. Where are you suppose to run to? There’s no way to score? What’s the point of playing anymore? Maybe it’s about the missing “place.” Maybe it’s the fact that everyday necessities are not readily available. The “things” needed to be comfortable or even survive are daily struggles. Maybe it’s the physical “things” that are so vital to phy

Strengthening One Another in God

This weekend we held our 8th Annual Iron Man Conference at the Union Rescue Mission referencing the truth from proverbs 27:17 that as iron sharpens iron so one man sharpens another. Listen to this example how one man from the mission sharpened one of the leaders of our conference this weekend: You’ve got my back.. During the 8th annual ironman conference today I was walking back from the bowling alley with my new friend Roger. I’d only known Roger, who is a middle aged black man currently living at the Mission, for a few minutes when we strolled past the corner of 5th and San Pedro where a man was fatally shot just a couple of nights before. We then approached the Union Rescue Mission where

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