What’s for dinner tonight? Well on Thursday, May 4th, 2017, you can join us for a chicken enchilada dinner, only $5/person. For 12 years the community has supported the Rescue Mission, helping us to help those in need. Come take a tour, have dinner, meet our CEO Dan Streeter, board members, and our staff, see our new computer lab and recently opened permanent housing apartments, and maybe walk away with a door prize! Mark your calendar and bring your friends. See you May 4th, 430pm-7pm.
Living out of town, Randall’s life was a bit complicated. “I spent some time taking care of my parents who both had major medical issues. My mother passed away first and then I was left to care for my father. He passed away 3 ½ years ago,” explains Randall. After settling his parent’s affairs, Randall’s brother asked him to move to Bay City to live with him.
Things started out good for Randall when he arrived in Bay City, however, hard times were on the horizon. He started working with his brother in the roofing business. Unfortunately, they ran out of work and Randall’s brother moved away. After trying to make ends meet and living in a motel, Randall ran out of money and had no place to go. That’s when he found himself at Good Samaritan Rescue Mission.
Randall is optimistic about his future as he says, “The Rescue Mission has helped me to get on the right road through the classes I have completed in the Employment Readiness Program.” Randall has graduated from the program and is actively looking for employment and then a place of his own, “I want to move forward with my life. I now have Jesus in my life and know our Lord is going to show me the right direction to stay on the road I need to follow.”
Like a lot of people, Randall has encountered and overcome some hard times. “With God’s help, my hope for my future is to find work and better my life. The Rescue Mission has helped me get on the right road,” Randall says with gratitude.
March 23, 2017 marks 12 years that Good Samaritan Rescue Mission has been providing Hope & Care in Mid-Michigan. With the help of the community, the Mission has been here to serve over 8,000 men, women, and children! Currently we are serving approximately 75 people. On Thursday, May 4th, we will hold our annual Open House & Mexican Dinner to commemorate 12 years of service. Please join us in celebrating and thank you for your continued support!
This is the last week to order you freshly made Dutch Apple Pies! Made by volunteers with our cherished recipe! Your pies are quickly frozen once they are made. Only $10 each, they do come with perfect baking directions. Few pies left. Order quickly. Thank you to our sponsors and our volunteers! Shown here are the Accenture volunteers who have already made the streusel topping. Pies are made on Saturday and ready for your pick up on Monday, February 27, 9am-6pm. Order on line or firstname.lastname@example.org, 989-893-5973, ext.221.
Saginaw Spirit Hockey players Matthew Kreis, Marcus Crawford and C.J. Garcia stopped by to help the children in emergency shelter celebrate their February birthdays. The three players also participated in a cupcake decorating contest with Marcus Crawford being declared the winner. Everyone had a great time!