• Praise the Lord!

    Yesterday during chapel one of our ladies gave her life to Jesus. IS THAT THE COOLEST, MOST WONDERFUL THING EVER?!?!?! GOD IS SO GOOD!!!

    Additionally, one of our moms who has been here since February got word today that her application for the apartment was ACCEPTED!!! So many things have come together for this mommy. We are so proud of her and love how God is showering her with HIS blessings. Please continue to pray for both of these wonderful women.

  • Video Update in the Works

    It's already been a busy week and it's only Wednesday. Our two new ladies have settled in and are making progress on their plans. A video camera and it's operator has been buzzing around getting stories and daily views of what goes on at the Mission......so stay tuned for the finished product! Dave and a long time friend have been working in the heat to stabilize the ramp; it's looking wonderful!

  • A round of thank-you's

    A round of thank-you's

    It's been an incredible week! Check out the progress pictures on the photo page, look at the wonderful work done at the mission putting in a new deck! Thank you to Camp YavaPines for loving on the Mission and giving us a new deck, it is a BIG improvement and much safer for the ladies. Thank you Steve Childers for helping get the ramp completed. Oh, and I don't want to forget all those who pour love on us every day in the way of meals. Behind the scenes, we want to thank Erin....you know who you are....for helping us start getting donations out of the lofts. Glad we were able to help you with your class in the process. Thank you to Prescott Valley Community Church for the tremendous amount of donations you blessed us with. Thank you!! Isn't God Awesome?!?!?!?

  • GOD is still in the business of knocking our socks off

    I (Dave) was taking some food to one of our partner agencies, yesterday afternoon, and a truck pulled up behind me and a guy jumps out and says, "I've been trying to catch up with you for days." He said that he help organize a youth group out of Phoenix that comes up to Prescott every summer and complete service projects in town and he was wondering if we have a project they could undertake. Since we just took down our deck to put in the ramp, I told him we need a deck. He said they built decks last year so they were experienced. He then asked if we had plans drawn up yet? of course not because we just tore down the old one. He asked if we could get them drawn up fast so they could build the deck? I told him we would contact an architect today. It was 4:00 pm on Friday. I had to call a pastor to get me the contact number for an architect we met last year and then again on Tuesday.

    4:45 pm And I call hoping to leave a message, but Paul Marx answers the phone and I explain our situation and he agrees to come out on Monday to look at our project. 30 mins. later he called back and said he was outside and wanted to look at the site now. after looking it over he said he would be back in the morning to measure everything out.

    Saturday morning at 9:30 he comes back and measures it all out and says he has some ideas about flower boxes and seating areas and extending the roof to cover the deck and ramp.

    We ask him to send us a bill and he says, "Nope." He won't accept pay, it's his ministry. 

    GOD is still in the business of knocking our socks off with HIS supplying for our needs through HIS people. 

    Can't wait to see how GOD provides the funds/materials for the new deck now.

  • Thank You Cornerstone Church

    Thank you Cornerstone Church for inviting Dave and Yvonne to speak with some of its members! From Dave and Yvonne: "It was a great night. We met with the community groups of Cornerstone of Prescott last night and got to share a little how far GOD has brought us, how GOD is providing for us now and where GOD is leading us to. We met a room full of great people, and had great conversations with a lot of them afterwards. Thanks, Prescott Cornerstone!"

    Let us know if you would like us to speak with your church.

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