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As a viable and effective emergency shelter in Hancock County, the City Mission of Findlay seeks to end homelessness and hunger by providing food, shelter, and access to essential services to help all men, women, and children move from crisis to stability.
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October 1, 2018
By: Herb Ragland
We find that the term “Last Days” covers the entire period from the first to the second advents of Christ (Heb. 1: 2). Noted also is defection and apostasy, among other things, will characterize that entire period (2 Tim. 3: 1). Therefore the presence of apostasy is not in itself indicative of the end of the Church Age however, the increase of this activity is. As a condition, apostasy is both present and future, when the climatic apostasy will occur that leads to the religion reign of the man of sin during the Tribulation period (2 Thess. 2: 3). Consequently, it is not surprising to see apostasy becoming more widespread as we draw nearer to the Tribulation Days.
We are very proud to announce that our revamped Education Program launched at the beginning of August. Local agencies and organizations that specialize in educating the general public on topics such as workforce development, personal hygiene and health, and spiritual growth have partnered with us exclusively. Residents participating in the Mission’s reSTART program are required to attend at least five classes a week to assist in their journey out of homelessness. We hope
to meet the needs of our residents in a way that will enrich their lives and promote personal growth while also providing basic life skills necessary for daily tasks.
Sheltering the homeless since 1934.
510 West Main Cross
The City Mission of Findlay is a proud member of the following organizations:
Association of Gospel Rescue Missions, Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, and Findlay Hancock Chamber of Commerce
*The pictures and names of the homeless, unless specifically noted, are not of local homeless people.
This organization is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is eligible to receive contributions deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes.