For many people, hope comes with the Easter promise of a fresh start in Jesus. They want to be better than before, to become a whole new person!

That’s why Easter meals are so important. They point people experiencing homelessness to a new way of thinking. A rope for climbing out of the pit of despair and discouragement. Faith to sustain their journey!

A meal can be the moment when someone like Amanda realizes for the first time that God loves them. For others it can be the open door to life— and job-skills training or help to get a GED. All of which you make possible as an opportunity to experience God’s grace.

Please pray for those who are working to overcome homelessness, addiction, abuse and other challenges here at Everett Gospel Mission. They really are heroes. The best is yet to come when we support them in their journey!

In His Service,

Sylvia Anderson