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The Light: July 2016

July 18, 2016
Larry at The Shepherd's Inn

“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…

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The Light : June 2016

June 13, 2016

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The Light: May 2016

May 11, 2016

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The Light: March 2016

February 25, 2016

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The Light: February 2016

February 16, 2016

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The Light: December 2015

December 16, 2015

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Tremaine’s Story of Transformation

December 15, 2015
Tremaine

“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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Veronica’s Story of Transformation

November 23, 2015
Veronica at Atlanta Mission

“I want to tell donors, ‘Thank God for you!” Your support of Atlanta Mission is helping Veronica leave addiction behind Veronica was in jail, worrying about her two children, wondering where they would go after she got out. And that’s when a young lady shared that she knew of a wonderful place that would help…

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The Light – November Newsletter

November 11, 2015

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Fred’s Story of Transformation

November 5, 2015

Two years ago, Fred was working as a security guard. Then, just like that, his own security was gone. He’d been laid off and couldn’t find more work. He was barely surviving on his unemployment checks — and then his car died. “I was low on finances, heading toward destitution, and unable to pay rent,”…

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