It was economics that brought Mike to the City Mission in March 2016. He spent twelve years in the Marine Corps and served in three overseas conflicts before being honorably discharged in 1998. After his discharge he went home and helped care for his aging grandmother while he attended school.
Eighty nine year old Mack is a typical example of his generation. He’s responsible, humble yet proud with a strong work ethic; committed to family, community and country. And like so many of his peers, he is fiercely independent. Mack has lived alone for well over twenty years since his wife passed away. He spent […]
In November of 2015 Jeff had basically given up on life. His second marriage was over, the home he had worked so hard for was sold for back taxes and the life he had built with his wife and family was gone. “I lost everything I cared about; my wife, my kids, my grand-kids, and […]
We love hearing from those whose lives have been changed at City Mission. Check out this story from a former City Mission resident, Sean: “It’s amazing the way God works through little things. The way He works through people here at the Mission who actually care about me. Whenever I’m struggling, there’s always someone to […]