Milestones Of Prayer
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
Holbrook Ministerial Alliance appointed a
committee to address the needs of the area homeless.
Bread of Life incorporated as a not-for-profit organization.
Bread of Life provided overnight shelter in a former gas station.
Winter shelter and hot meals provided in old fire station.
Bread of Life staff provided overnight shelter in United Methodist
and St. George's Episcopal Church on freezing nights.
Received a Planning Grant from Arizona Department of Commerce.
Bread of Life provided shelter at Wesleyan Native American Mission.
Bread of Life received a grant from Arizona Department of Housing
for $385,000 to build a 4320 square foot Emergency Shelter.
Bread of Life received a grant from the Wallace Foundation to provide
case management services to guests.
Southeast Indian Foundation and Flagstaff Area Christians in Mission
assisted in building Hermosa Mini-Storage and vocational Training facility.
Bread of Life opened a 30 bed Emergency Shelter.
Bread of Life opened a Chapel and Drop-In center at 914 Hermosa Drive.
8924 Meals Served / 4465 Bed Nights Provided
7618 Meals Served / 3809 Bed Nights Provided
Winter Shelter provided 838 bed Nights
Hired Executive Director, Started New Guest Program
"Through all the many accessible Bible studies and activities, many are drawn to Christ Jesus and indicate
decisions to follow Him"
The Lord answered our prayer and sent us a live-in "Chaplain" and his wife who is our
"House Mom" to the women residents.
After much prayer, to better manage the kitchen duties, we have now hired an official "Food Service Manager".
In 2012 Bread Of Life Mission served 18,594 meals, excluding holidays.
The mission also provided 5,721 bed-nights for men, 2,351 bed-nights for women
and 542 bed-nights for children, for a total of 8,614 bed-nights.
That's 2,109 more meals served this past year and 545 more bed-nights than last year.
In 2013, 9,904 bed nights were provided & 20,351 meals serving 7,129 male bed nights,
2,041 female bed nights and 734 children’s bed nights.
In 2014, 11,588 bed nights were provided & 24,825 meals serving 8,339 bed nights for men,
2,829 for women and 420 for children.
In 2015, 12,036 bed nights were provided & 26,632 meals were served.
In 2017, there were 8,096 bed nights provided for men, 3,604 for women
and 849 for children, totaling 12,539 bed nights provided to homeless.
We served 24,840 meals.
In 2016, there were 6,970 bed nights provided for men, 3,486 for women
and 634 for children totaling 11,582 bed nights provided to homeless.
We served 22,695 meals.
We have had a record number of people in need this year. We have been
blessed to have many people come to Christ here at the mission.
We are experiencing many growing in Christ through discipleship.
In 2019, 13,421 bed nights were provided and 26,860 meals serving
9,353 bed nights for men, 3,782 for women and 281 for children.
Six nights every week our guests opt to sit in on a chapel service provided by pastors and
ministry leaders all over the evangelical community. Bible studies and classes
are available, as well as addiction related services.