Education, a Key to Lasting Transformation

Every day at the Milwaukee Rescue Mission, I am amazed to see the life-changing power of the Gospel as those who are struggling come through our doors looking for a fresh start. And we’ve been doing this long enough to know there are some key factors that contribute to this sort of transformation. First…

Steadfast in Faith to Become Complete in Christ

Looking back at the many challenges of the past year, I can’t help but think of this encouraging scripture: “Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be…

Transformation Begins with Hope — and Your Support

Dear Friend, Every day, I have the privilege of seeing how your support is impacting lives here at MRM. It’s not just the hearty meals and welcoming shelter you help provide but the hope you help offer someone who is lost. When struggling souls are treated with dignity and they hear the message that…

How Christ is Bringing Renewal This Easter — Through You!

Dear Friend, Easter Sunday is like no other day on the calendar. This year, especially so. A year ago, many were reeling from the impact of COVID-19. Buildings were shuttered, schools were closed, loved ones were separated by distance, masks and sickness. And now, with over a year of the pandemic under our belts,…

Continued Hope in God’s Unshakeable Love

Dear Friend, After a whirlwind 2020, full of so much unpredictability each and every day, I am glad to see the start of a new year — even if we don’t know what the new year has in store. While COVID-19 presented us with a host of challenges last year, one thing that I’m…

A Message of Hope for Unprecedented Times

Dear Friend, I love Christmas at the Milwaukee Rescue Mission. I call it “organized bedlam” — fun, loud and a little chaotic, but in the best possible sense … like watching children excitedly tear into their presents. I don’t expect that Christmas cheer to change much this year. We may still be wearing masks…