Category: Stories of Hope

“Sometimes you just have to deal with what God gives you to handle, and I’ve been previously homeless with my mom when my sister and I were teenagers. I was 16 going on 17 at the time and my sister was 6 years younger. We were homeless for a couple of months and lived in hotels and at Our House Family Shelter before it closed down.”

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“If not for The Union Mission I’d be on the street. I was destitute, not knowing where to turn and heavily doubting God every day. I’m extremely grateful to be here.”

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“When my health started failing and arthritis spread all through my body, I couldn’t stand for long periods of time and had to quit the work I was doing. Being out of work, trying to pay bills, is how I got in this predicament.”

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“I had nowhere else to go. This was my first time in a shelter and I was scared and didn’t know what to think, but everybody made me feel welcome and comfortable.”

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If it wasn’t for the Mission I’d be in real bad shape, walking the road, pan handling. I’m grateful to be here.

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Learning to trust God … a journey to new life. Your support made it possible for Dontrez to find a new path in life filled with hope and promise.

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“God had faith in me, I had faith in God and He gave it back to me. Now I’m going to keep my head down and keep working.”

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“Now I think, this is the most beautiful time in my life. Every day I wake up and I thank God for this place. I have a roof over my head, enough to eat, a bed to sleep in, medication, and a place to work. I pray all day long now.”

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I want to say thank you to everybody that has actually believed in me, and helped me get out of a tough situation.

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“If it wasn’t for The Union Mission I don’t know where I’d be. God got me here. This is where He wanted me.”

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