Volunteer Corner – Peter Kuhl

Volunteer Corner – Peter Kuhl

June 2018 Newsletter
We are happy to have a student from Pacific Bible College’s Christian Counseling Program. Peter Kuhl is using his guitar skills to help one of our young Mission guests get through a past traumatic experience. "I am very happy that I am able to learn the guitar with the help of Peter, Ginger and my mom. Being at the Mission is stressful at times, but learning something new is always helpful for keeping my mind off of those things. Losing my brother made it hard for me to do things like this, but with all the love and support I get from Peter and the ladies at the Mission, it makes things just a little easier on me. Thanks for all of the wonderful help everyone has given me." You…
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Getting Things Done – Finding Housing

Getting Things Done – Finding Housing

June 2018 Newsletter
Dear Friends, Our GTD program is all about Getting Things Done and our Program Managers work hard to encourage the participants to set goals, and take steps towards accomplishing them during their time with us. For just about everyone, one goal is to find stable housing which can be difficult in the Rogue Valley. This month we are pleased to share with you some success stories of men and women that were able to get things done during their stay with us and transition into housing. Mary* was no stranger to the Mission. She was a guest multiple times over the past five years, but this time was different. This time she enrolled in the GTD program but she wasn't sure that her assigned Program Manager was a good fit…
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Transformation – Virtue

Transformation – Virtue

May 2018 Newsletter
Dear Friends, As you may know, we at the Medford Gospel Mission do much more than provide relief services.  Many people come through the doors of the Mission feeling there is no way out of their homeless situation.  They may feel they are a victim of something in their past, or even regret past poor choices. Because of this, we work hard to equip individuals in addressing the situations they find themselves in. As we help them take accountability for their lives, it produces dignity as they work on the challenges they face and they become better equipped to succeed in our community. We have found that the men and women in our programs develop a sense of virtue as they address the very challenges that may be keeping them…
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