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Mission in My Words - Anna Marie - All she did was purchase something for a fellow shopper. But that little purchase went a long way...


Gifts Come in All Shapes and Sizes - “The men who live in the suburbs, with nice jobs, big houses and families, are just as desperate as the men and women staying at the Mission. We either have yet to realize that or we are simply better at hiding our issues and addictions.”


From Rejection to Redemption - The abuse began when Jill was a child. She felt hopeless. She needed help and she needed a Savior.


Bringing Hope and Building New Community - For CJ, Dana, Billy and Becky, volunteering means more than serving inside these four walls. It means developing lasting friendships.


Mission in My Words - Mayor Karl Dean - Longtime Nashville Rescue Mission supporter, Mayor Karl Dean tells why he supports the nonprofit


There But For the Grace of God - Author Karen Kingsbury shares about her childhood Thanksgivings that led to a life of service.


No One Goes Hungry - Where grace is more than simply a prayer said before the meal...


No Greater Joy - Joy began as a volunteer in the kitchen and now brings her friends and family!


Making the Connection - Deb’s personal struggle ties her to Mission guests


Called Out of the Darkness - “For 29 years…my biggest issue was the need for acceptance from those around me.”


Hope Lives Here - As we seek out genuine opportunities for others to engage life with dignity, strength and health, Nashville Rescue Mission works in community collaboration to provide hope for today, tomorrow and eternity.


Chief of Police Steve Anderson - “I always knew if I took someone to the Mission, they would get the help they needed.”


Beyond My Comfort Zone - Serving through the eyes of a volunteer


Love & the Outcome - Learn why Chris & Jodi help the homeless


From Homeless to Home - “I think God brought me to Nashville Rescue Mission.”


Life Changing Experience - Kristina’s life was forever changed when she volunteered at the Mission for the first-time. “It wasn’t what I expected,” she says.


Jessica Ralston - Nashville Rescue Mission is one of the best-kept secrets in town.


Heat Hurts - It’s not even lunchtime, and already a thermometer reads 100 degrees.


I Want To Love Like That - Learn more about what led this volunteer to want to love on homeless kids who stay at the Mission.


Reed Trickett - “Homelessness can happen to anyone. It could just have easily happened to me."

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