We have amazing news from Faith City Mission that we are so excited to share with our community. We have been able to fully fund our $3.5 million dollar expansion at our new address on Tyler Street, which was the BSA Hospice Building. This will be the new home for Faith City Mission’s short-term emergency services such as food, shelter, and clothing.
While this is a huge milestone for us, we have much work to complete in order to sustain our long-term programs, which minister to men, women, and children who have fallen on hard times. They are either homeless, battling addiction, or experiencing some type of poverty. We will soon be able to continue our programs that are designed to take a person from crisis to stability, and eventually to live independently.
As you may know, we acquired the Mission Ranch property just six miles north of our present facility. It is an extraordinary environment for our students and staff. It is in need of much tender loving care enabling it to house our long-term programs. It would provide a safe environment for our students by removing them from the day-to-day exposure to drugs, alcohol and the culture of abuse accompanying them. This is a huge obstacle we will be able to combat with the Mission Ranch.
We need YOUR help! Please consider donating your time, energy, and resources to our several projects we have outlined to get the Mission Ranch prepared for our staff and students to inhabit. To give the legacy of freedom, acceptance and safety is the opportunity to change the world one person at a time!
Here are a few suggestions of the ways you, your family, or church group can participate:
"GOD'S PUZZLE IS NOT COMPLETE WITHOUT THE PIECE HE GAVE YOU."
To get more information or to find out how you can serve, contact Eddie Godina.