Above are some of the ladies who have resided at the mission along with Cherise (on the far right)
Here are some of our greatful guests.
These five individuals have participated in our One Year Discipleship Program.They are committed to Christ, have extra studies and classes, a mentor, and jobs around the mission so they can serve and give back. They are wonderful people who have turned their lives around through the Lord Jesus’ work in their lives.
Because of the pandemic so many venues are closed. We could not find a building to host our event. Right now, no one is allowing for more than 50 people. The first Saturday in October is always our big event. We will miss seeing all of you, miss spotlighting volunteers, and testimonies of our guests who have changed lives, and so many of you who go way above and beyond for this mission.So, now what ? Would you considerhelping us to raise money for a good working van?Normally, the money raised at the Banquet goes for a big project that is needed at the mission.Our old vans are used for everything. They are very worn out. We go to Flagstaff once per week to the food bank, transport guests for various appointments, go to the city dump, and pick up donations at times. Repairs are getting to be more and more. We really do need a vehicle that can take care of the demands we put on them
Keven came to the mission with blistered feet. He is healing and literally“getting back on his feet”.
Phillip is on one of our computers provided bythe Westbrook Villiage Computer Club
This man was in a really bad motorcycle accident.He came to the mission to heal.
Marty gave his life to Christ and is takingcollege courses to be a computer tech.
Anthony is like having “Leave it to Beaver”around here. He’s such a sweet, hard working guy!
This man was robbed. He didn’t stay long, but we fed and cared for him.
The Holbrook Police recently donated5 bikes so our guests could havetransportation to jobs.An anonymous business ownerdonated 7 new pairs of work bootsfor our men!