Feb 10 Become a Young Leader

Do you have passion and enthusiasm for serving those in need? If so, we have big plans for you! Become an intern at The City Mission and learn how to serve and minister to men, women, and children in crisis.

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Feb 10 Brittany – Words of Hope

The City Mission in general focuses so much on hope, and bringing hope to the people around us, and I know for me it even served as hope for myself when you’re in a desperate situation. –Brittany Kimlingen, Pathways Intern.

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Feb 10 Emily: Showing Christ’s Love

Hear from intern, Emily Sigmon, as she witnesses client transformation first-hand during  a Laura’s Home Women’s Crisis Center program. Laura’s Home interns get to see what it’s like to work each day with women and children in crisis, build relationships

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Feb 10 From Crisis to the Kitchen

About a month ago we highlighted upgrades and programs new to the Crossroads Men’s Crisis Center at The City Mission thanks to incredible community support; one of these changes was the addition of Crossroads Culinary Kitchen, a culinary arts training

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Feb 10 Losing with a Mission

Below is a guest blog written by Jill, a returning participant to The City Mission’s Running with a Mission 5k ran at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo on June 22, 2013.  The run was presented by the Sherwin Williams Women’s Club.

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Feb 10 Running With Renewal

In my life I have run nearly 400 races, but today’s was different.  I stepped up to the starting line, sun becoming hot in the early morning, temperatures and anxiety rising.  The crowd was chatting excitably and lunging out their

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Feb 10 Weekend of Champions

Never in my life did I imagine I would be line dancing to the Cupid Shuffle in a prison courtyard surrounded by barbed wire and 590 inmates. But this unreal situation is where I found myself one weekend last month. 

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Feb 10 Being Safe

As Christmas day approaches, talk often turns to gratitude and the things in our lives for which we are thankful. Typically, the responses center around being grateful for family, health, jobs but how many of us are thankful for something

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Feb 10 Making a Resolution Count

If you’re anything like me, when January 1 rolls around I’m full of great intentions and lofty(ish) goals. I’ll spend less time on Facebook, eat less chocolate, lose 5 pounds, save more money, spend more hours at the gym –

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