Rhonda, accustomed to trusting no one, quickly recognized the Mission was ready to give her the support she needed.
Spare Change Changes Lives
You’d be surprised how much people drop and don’t pick up,
Despite the current COVID-19 outbreak, John 3:16 Mission is still welcoming volunteers (as of press time). In fact, volunteers are needed now more than ever!
Road to Redemption
“I just want to say ‘Thank you!’ to everyone who gave to the Mission. It helped to save me!”
Hope is the one thing that can bring people through the most dire circumstances. Is it time for you to become a sustainer hero?What is a Hope Partner?
What do you do when someone seems bent on self-destruction and taking everyone down with him? That’s the question many families have had to face, including Nate’s.
A vital part of recovery from homelessness is being prepared to work and become a productive citizen capable of living independently.Dignity of Work
Homeless Success Kevin
The stranger led him to the Mission’s doors and then disappeared. “I never saw him again, but to me, he was an angel. He changed my life by showing me to the Mission.”
“Being here has transformed my life,” Alan says. “If you read the Bible and let God in, I promise he will show you things. God will give you what you need! I know He has for me and I can’t thank Him enough!”From Hard Times to Hope
The unfortunate truth is that excess feeding on the streets enables people to continue harmful lifestyles instead of making beneficial, if difficult, changes.Street Feeding Homeless
All the food is donated from Mission supporters, local stores and some comes from the Food Bank. No one is charged to shop the store, but they may only come once a month.
Saved from Tulsa Streets
One of the most frequent questions we get here at John 3:16 Mission is: How are my donations making a difference?
Did you know your gifts are helping homeless men and women develop valuable skills, behaviors and attitudes to become independent, self-sustaining and employable?
“It was so lonely. That was the main thing. It was incredibly depressing.
I felt so hopeless,” said Chris.