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Giving Back to the City

In an effort to revitalize Portland’s Old Town Chinatown, the neighborhood’s community association called for volunteers to help landscape over a hundred tree wells and flowerbeds between Burnside and Glisan Street. “We’re trying to turn this neighborhood into something that everyone who lives here will enjoy, as well as people who come [to visit],” Association…

8 August 28th, 2013 0
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Women Find Rest and Healing at Shepherd’s Door

A recent article by the Gresham Outlook tells the stories of how two women hit rock bottom in their addiction and shame – and how they were saved by God’s grace through the ministry at Shepherd’s Door. From the article: “Women find shelter, tools to rebuild their broken lives” Kyra lost touch with everyone in…

12 August 22nd, 2013 4
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Burnside Shelter Renovations

We are currently undergoing a massive renovation project at our Burnside Shelter! This overhaul will allow us to provide more much-needed space and services, such as a women’s program and more rooms for our Link residents to live in while they transition out of homelessness. The second floor of the facility will soon be home…

11 August 21st, 2013 0
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Gina’s Smile

Many times our homeless guests have health issues that they are not able to take care of, either because they don’t have the money or insurance to pay for a doctor’s visit, or they just don’t have a way to get there. It is particularly hard for our guests and residents to have consistent dental…

10 August 16th, 2013 0
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Two Women Celebrate Healing and Recovery

Thanks to your support, two women are launching into new lives! Last month, Sarah Jane and Amy graduated from our New Life Ministry, a 12-month residential recovery program focused on addiction recovery, spiritual renewal and life skills training. Inside the safe, healing environment of Shepherd’s Door, our ministry for women and children, they’ve healed from…

9 August 8th, 2013 0
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