“Brother, I’m a Murderer, Too”(Part One) Evan Cook was a blind man. For most of his life, he stumbled around in the dark, latching onto anything that would help him escape what lay buried deep within the recesses of his heart. But there was no escape from the shame, bitterness and festering self-hatred that had […]
Train in Vain: Jerry Was Ridin’ that Midnight Train to Nowhere … Facing the End of the Line. Until a Judge Had Mercy, and a Savior Showed Him Grace. I can’t be happy Without you around So alone I keep the wolves at bay And there is only one thing that I can say, You […]
Leaking Love: 40 Years in the Wilderness Taught Her How to Survive. A Moment of Mercy Empowered Her to Live.
“Won’t you look down upon me, Jesus; You’ve got to help me make a stand. You’ve just got to see me through another day. My body’s aching and my time is at hand and I won’t make it any other way.” James Taylor, Fire and Rain Her name is Cindee Leak. And that she definitely […]
PART THREE: Not Just a Temporary Fix: How Rescue Missions Can Help Everybody (Read Parts One and Part Two of The Cure for Homelessness here.) “Being a person known as chronically homeless, is no life. How many times can I keep starting over from a place that doesn’t let you start at all?”- S.M., currently […]
PART TWO: The Homeless Heart—How We’re All Unsheltered. (Click here to read Part One: Unsheltered: How Does It Feel? There’s no doubt that those who are outside those four walls—the men and women living on the street—are generally judged the harshest by those who consider themselves above that way of life. Never mind that anyone […]