Up from the Ashes
“Mommy and Daddy are the paper,” said 9-year-old Tyshaun, “but I’m the glue. I’m going to hold this family together.”
Tyshaun was just 9 years old when she and her mom and sister had to sleep on the streets.
“It was scary,” she remembers.
Tyshaun’s father, Clyde, had just gone to ...
“In The Valley of Dry Bones” “It was God’s way of getting my attention. Had I recovered quickly, I would’ve gone back to the streets and my self-destructive ways.” — By Larry I lived on the streets for about 16 years…that is, if you can call it “living.” Mostly, I was just wandering from place…
“I Ran From My Feelings” When people hit rock bottom, they often cry out to God, pleading, “Show me a sign!” That happened to Tremaine a year ago. And God showed him one — literally. Tired of battling his addictions and emotional pain, Tremaine decided to check out Atlanta Mission one night. At dinner, he…
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