In a recent interview with Curt, he recounts the story of a man named Tyler who entered the program at the Men’s Center a few years back. Upon his arrival, it became clear that Tyler was ill and did not have long to live. Entering the program, he was desperate for a different life. The community at Shepherd’s House Ministries became just that, a place for Tyler to find healing from addiction and pain . . .
Vinnie came to the Men’s Center at Shepherd’s House Ministries about 9 months ago. I sit with him at the cafe next door to the shelter on Division, and I can tell he is nervous but his smile is genuine and his eyes are warm. Vinnie has a story to share, and I can tell that this is an important step for him – opening up to me (and to you readers) about his past, present, and what he hopes for his future.
The hopelessness that surrounds homelessness and addiction is a thick and complicated web that looks different from person to person. At Shepherd’s House Ministries . . .
We shared a bit of Darin’s journey last year when he was first joining the Men’s Center here at Shepherd’s House Ministries. Now, he shares a story of total surrender, of reconnection.