The Rathgeber Center for Families opened in February, and it was right on time. This remarkable facility enables us to provide shelter for the growing number of families who are facing homelessness while offering a pathway to self-sufficiency.
As we welcome struggling families and individuals to stay with us and utilize our services, we are reminded of an important lesson from Christ our Lord. It is not about asking who our neighbor is. Rather, we are called to recognize all humanity as neighbors and have the willingness to demonstrate love, compassion, and care without prejudice or reservation. Ultimately, this verse should be the cornerstone of our interactions with each other: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” (Galatians 5:14).
As we march forward as an Army that fights the inequities of poverty and depravity, it is imperative we have the resources to match the need. We can only Do The Most Good in our community with the generosity and support of friends like yourself.
May God Bless you and your every effort for change!