Month: November 2018

Compassion Fatigue

This was sent to me from a wonderful volunteer and I hope you all will be encouraged by it. From Today’s Daily Bread Compassion Fatigue Bill Crowder When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Matthew 9:36 Matthew 9:35–38 Jeremiah 24–26; Titus

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Thank you, Pops!

Scott (Scotty to me, Pops to everyone else) received this card from a Marian High School student. He is always helping out with staff and volunteers with a smile on his face and servanthood in his heart. I am so thankful that an outside group recognized him in such a beautiful way. Just added to

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Who Are You Imitating?

We are all imitating someone in this world.  What does being an imitator mean?  It means to copy the behavior or actions of another (dictionary).  Who are we copying?  Are we in love with the culture around us and just imitating famous people we admire? Are we imitating famous Christians even? Or, are we imitating

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College Possible

Last weekend, we were blessed to have more than 1,000 hours of service donated by College Possible high school students. “Open Door Mission was thrilled to be partnering with College Possible as providing HOPE for others is a core value for both organizations,” said Candace Gregory, President/CEO of Open Door Mission. “The student’s impact will

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