Our First Video
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Wood Shop is a Crafty Place
People are learning to create wonderful and amazing things
in our workshop. Click on the picture below for more information
on how to make a purchase.
We Also Rent Storage Space
By The Month
Our Mission is to provide spiritual guidance
and physicalassistance including shelter,
food and vocational trainingto people in need,
in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, to help
them recognize and deal with their problems
in a lifechanging manner.
Make your life more meaningful as you share the true spirit of helping others. God has blessed us so that we
can be a blessing to those in need. “A generous man will himself be blessed, for he shares his food with the
poor.” Proverbs 22:9
People just like you & me, driven by circumstances, homelessness, in crisis, desperation, and abandoned,
every age group, every reason. Bread of Life Mission, even when full, won’t turn them away. Nearly all are
alone. We will welcome them with open arms,because that is what Jesus would do.
Your partnership rescues many people out of disastrous circumstances
and restores dignity.
Help share the true meaning of giving and help the Mission change lives.
Or send your tax-deductible gift to:
Bread of Life Mission P.O. Box 246 Holbrook, AZ. 86025
You will be mailed a receipt for your tax-deductible gift.
Bread of Life Mission is a 501(c)3
SECURE GIVING PROCESS
Donations are tax deductable
The Arizona Charitable Tax Credit has doubled!
Any gift you give today is eligible to be claimed
as a tax credit (not just a deduction) on your
state taxes; up to $400. for singles and $800.
for couples filing jointly.
Thanks to you, many people with life stories similar to this have
come to Bread of Life Mission and have experienced the life
change that we all pray for them, and work to care for them.
What you provide for these people truely is “loving your neighbor.”
Thank you from the board, staff and so many people you have helped.
I started drinking at 14. Dad ruled with an iron fist, and mom tried to protect
us. It was very confusing. Both of my parents were alcoholics.
I was a hard worker, but lost jobs because of my drinking. I was a printer for
28 years. I’ve been married and divorced twice.
For 12 years I’ve just been living life day to day. I became a Christian 5 years
ago, but I was still a slave to alcohol. I was homeless and came to the Bread
of Life Mission. I was immediately accepted and felt comfortable right away.
I knew I was supposed to be here.
I was in horrible physical shape, but because of being at the Mission, I’ve been slowly getting healthy again.
I could barely walk across the street, but now when the guys walk with me, they have a hard time keeping up!
It’s like night and day.
I joined the intern/Discipleship Program at the end of March.
I work in the front office and I do Bible studies and counsel with the pastor. Now I can understand the Bible
much better. I’ve been growing by leaps and bounds.
During this time that I have been growing and changing, I’ve begun a relationship with 3 out of the 4 of my kids.
It’s coming along. I don’t know what the future holds, but I’m sharpening my skills and my self confidence is
being restored. I’ve made healthy friendships here in Holbrook and am now going to two churches! The Lord has
brought me a long way. This is exactly where I’m supposed to be. I’m saving money, learning to budget and am
getting more and more stable each day.
The Lord has always had a hand on me, but I when came to the Bread of Life, I forgave myself and that was BIG!
Now I’m falling in love with Jesus more and more each day!