A Home for the Homeless...


In 1953, Good Samaritan Rescue Mission began as a little house church with only eight beds and a soup kitchen. That was the birth of a ministry that God intended to use to help literally hundreds of thousands of homeless men and women to find the Lord and to find themselves. Now, as we celebrate 61 years of continual service to the homeless, we have grown to 213 beds and our little soup kitchen has served over two million meals.

For people who are homeless, the bottom has dropped out of their world, and they are left with just memories of better days. Many suffer with depression, confusion, bitterness, and fear for their future.

Good Sam exists for so much more than food and shelter. We want to help them get their life back ~ or begin a new one with a fresh start. We want to help them become independent and stable ~ and REMAIN stable, which takes far more effort than running them through on a conveyor belt of various programs.

Will you help us today to give a fresh start to a discouraged, homeless person? You can give online today. Please pray that the Lord will supply the ever increasing need as the homeless population continues to grow.

That none may perish,

Carole Murphrey
Chaplain & Executive Director

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That none may perish,

Carole Murphrey
Executive Director

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