“I realized how desperate I was to be closer to God,” he said. “And over time, God has revealed to me that he is closer than I could ever imagine. … I want to follow God and grow deeper with Him in all aspects of my life: in work and personal life; in pleasure and in pain.”
Over the past few months, we've seen guests move into permanent housing, men and women graduate addiction recovery programs, individuals in Bible studies make the choice to be baptized and hundreds of hungry neighbors enjoy a special Easter meal.
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We recently lost our 28-year-old son to an Oxycontin addiction formed after a ski accident and several surgeries. For three years, we supported him at rehab after rehab — some of the very best. Sam couldn’t escape the disease. Out of desperation, he took his own life. If our son couldn’t recover — how can someone living on the street?