The Prodigal Son

Recently, I walked into a well-known business in our city.  The business owner struck up a conversation with me and thanked me for helping his son who had recently received help from the Mission. He informed me that his son is now working and living independently. He said it would not have been possible without the assistance our place provides and the help of the many faithful donors we are so blessed to have. I am so thankful that we can be there for the prodigal sons.

“…and let us eat and celebrate. For this my son was dead, and is alive again; he was lost, and is found…” ~ Luke 15:23-24

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