|More Than Just a Statistic - If you look at the specifics, Chatrice could easily be labeled a statistic.|
|HOT Patrol on the go - If trends mean anything, Nashville may be in for a very hot summer.|
|The Hope for Transformation - Hope often can be taken for granted—until it is lost.|
|Singing for Joy - It’s the first Saturday of the month and there’s no place Jackie would rather be than singing in the chapel at the Nashville Rescue Mission.
|Buddy Greene Mission in My Words - I grew up in Georgia and spent my childhood learning folk songs on the ukulele.|
|Paying it Forward - Almost twenty years ago, Bo walked through the doors of the old Nashville Rescue Mission’s building on 8th Avenue.|
|CeCe Winans - Mission in My Words - I grew up in a large family; there were 10 of us kids. My dad did every job imaginable to raise us, but he was a barber by trade.|
|He is Our HOPE - As much as I look forward to summer, I also dread the struggles that come with the season, especially for those we serve.|
|Will YOU Make a Difference? - Melissa* was worried about her youngest son. He was rebellious, rude and hated going to church. |
|Positive Impact - “I find volunteering to be very rewarding,” says retired healthcare entrepreneur Dan Proctor, who volunteers at the Nashville Rescue Mission two days a week.
|Hope for a Better Tomorrow - Every day, homeless men, women and children walk through the doors of... |
|Donna VanLiere - Mission in My Words - I took a tour of the Nashville Rescue Mission’s women’s center two years ago.|
|Glimmer of Hope - I’ve heard it said many times that we get the people no one else wants.|
|Easter Everyday - Trusting God has always been a part of Ron’s life. |
|Serving from the Heart - Kids Helping the Homeless - After seeing some homeless men in Nashville, seven-year-old Olivia was filled with lots of questions.
|Dave Ramsey - Mission in My Words - I have supported the Nashville Rescue Mission for years. |
|More than Meets the Eye - With your help we’re serving more than just meals...|
|An Ordinary Hero - Why I Have a Heart for the Hurting - People often ask Kelly “Why do you have such a heart to help people?” It wasn’t until a few years ago it suddenly hit her and it all made sense. |
|Easter - Without caring friends like you, Easter for those living on the streets of Nashville would be just another lonely day. |
|Get Real - 18 Years of Faithful Service - “God delivered me from alcohol in 1985!” exclaims Connie. “I was 35 years old.”