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It is truly good news that the life-controlling issues that have brought a person to Haven of Rest do not have to define him. Through Christ, we can have a totally new identity. Forgiveness is real and there is an answer to the guilt, shame, bitterness, anger, and regret that we carry. Thank you for trusting us as the “innkeeper” to care for your loved ones. It is my prayer that we would show “radical hospitality” in the name of Christ to them in their time of deepest need.
Director of Men’s Division