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Our Mission is to provide spiritual guidance and physical assistance including shelter, food and vocational training to people in need, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, to help them recognize and deal with their problems in a life changing manner.
Make your life more meaningful as you share the true spirit of helping others. God has blessed us so that wecan be a blessing to those in need. “A generous man will himself be blessed, for he shares his food with the poor.” Proverbs 22:9People just like you & me, driven by circumstances, homelessness, in crisis, desperation, and abandoned,every age group, every reason. Bread of Life Mission, even when full, won’t turn them away. Nearly all arealone. We will welcome them with open arms,because that is what Jesus would do.
Your partnership rescues many people out of disastrous circumstances and restores dignity. Help share the true meaning of giving and help the Mission change lives.
Send your tax-deductible gift to: Bread of Life Mission P.O. Box 246 Holbrook, AZ. 86025 Phone 928-524-3874 You will be mailed a receipt for your tax-deductible gift. Bread of Life Mission is a 501(c)3
SECURE GIVING PROCESSDonations are tax deductable
Virginia and baby Rue
What I'm thankful for:"This year I have so much to be thankful for that it is hard for me to pick just one thing. I am above all, thankful to God and the fact that he never gives up on me. I'm thankful for my family, though far away." "I'm also so very grateful for the Bread of Life Mission, it's staff, and the people who live here. Without you, I would not have had a safe place to be, or to have my daughter. I knew absolutely no-one when I came to Arizona. Now, I feel like I have a family here with all of you."God bless, Virginia
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Former guest returned after 5 years just to tell us...
Today a former mission guest from five years ago stopped in and announced, "I just wanted to comeback to the place that saved my life." He is five years sober, today. It is quite an accomplishment, really. After he left us, he returned to the Apache Reservationto take care of his mother. Of all places, I see the most deaths due to addiction with the people, who return to White River. It is a small community and they know everyone. It is so easy to slip back in with the old crowd. Eric didn't do that. In fact he uses every opportunity to share with people, how the Lord changed his life and set him free from alcohol. I wanted you to see one of the faces of those you help to give a second chance. It paid off. Thank you for your incredibly amazing support,
Chamber Director, Billie Perkins (pictured above)
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