When I think of Permanent Supportive Housing, I also think of the scripture that says:
“For thou hast been a shelter for me,
[and] a strong tower from the enemy.”
Psalm 61:3 KJV.
The residents of Permanent Supportive Housing are diverse, yet very similar in needing a place of shelter as they put into practice the things they have been taught as they practice living a clean and sober life.
I see the great things God is doing in the lives of each individual and I stand in awe of God. I asked one of the Permanent Supportive Housing college students, “Did you think that you would ever go to college?” He reply was “I didn’t think that I would get my GED and now to be in college, the answer is no; I never thought this was possible for me.”
As I see lives continuing to change, I am blessed to be on the front row seat to see the great things God is doing. God does work miracles and he is doing it daily in the lives of the people living in Permanent Supportive Housing. He has truly been the shelter and the strong tower when we have needed it most and provides for all our needs.
Permanent Supportive Housing Director
Make a difference in the lives of others by donating your gently used clothing, furniture and household items. Donations can be dropped off at our receiving area now located on the east side of the Timberlake Outreach Center, 2107 E Locust St
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