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So My 4 Children Can Have Hope-Misti’s Story

Inches from Death to a Life of Hope Misti’s Story Misti came to Shepherd’s House hours away from ending her own life; distraught, confused, and desperate.  She had reached the end of the rope, but God has other plans; There was not only healing for her but there was also generational healing for her whole […] Read More

What Happened to Darin? Regaining Hope, Purpose, and A Son

Regaining Hope, Purpose, and A Son Darin’s parents were drug users and he eventually was separated from his family. He and his brother ended up living and out of foster care.  Darin wanted to make a better life for himself and his brother, and when he was old enough he got an apartment for them […] Read More

It Wasn’t Too Late- by Cash Lowe

It Wasn’t Too Late- by Cash Lowe The call came while I was walking one of my favorite trails in the foothills of the Cascade Range; “I am sorry I have some sad news for you, Cash.  Dave passed away this morning at home . . . .” I sat down on an old gray […] Read More

Giving on Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday Give to Feed the Hungry So many in our community struggle with food insecurity, have kids to feed without resources to feed them, or lack basic necessities that help life make sense.  On this special day, Giving Tuesday, a day dedicated to Global Generosity, we want to make an impact, and we are reaching […] Read More

Volunteer Spotlight: Heather

Volunteer Spotlight: Heather Volunteering doesn’t have to be a solo mission.  As we sat down with Heather Salvesen, who is this month’s volunteer spotlight, she shared that her work with Shepherd’s House Ministries has been a great way not only to serve but also to connect with family and friends.  Shared experiences with family, friend […] Read More

Volunteer Spotlight: Emily

Volunteer Spotlight: Emily Meet Emily, an incredibly strong woman, domestic violence survivor, ultra-runner and champion for Shepherd’s House. Emily will be running the Moab 240 Endurance race to raise money for SHM. You can help Emily reach her goal by donating here: https://gofund.me/497deb1c Eco Wellness is a huge part of our recovery program. The outdoors […] Read More

Director of Project SHARE: Evan Hendrix

Director of Project SHARE: Evan Hendrix A little over a year ago, Shepherd House Ministries launched Project SHARE, which stands for Shepherd’s House Aid and Relief Effort. Recognizing the need for something mobile, to meet, serve and most importantly LOVE people where they are – whether that be shut-in their homes, on the streets, in […] Read More

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Safe and Secure at The Shepherd’s House

Safe and Secure at The Shepherd’s House Here we are in the final days of summer which also signals the end of our summer fundraising campaign, Safe and Secure, which benefits the Women and Children’s Center (WCC).   Safe and Secure speaks to the heart of what the WCC is all about, creating a place that […] Read More