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January 2018 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Boundaries Bring New Freedom Without foundation, Gina was subject to her own reasoning and desires. Her father had not been in the home since she was six-years-old. She was raised by her single mother. Gina said her mother was poor and could […]

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December 2017 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Void Will Be Filled By Something Matthew’s story has no mention of addiction or mental health issues. As a student athlete at Roseburg High School, he abstained from chemical substances so as not to degrade his performance or get in trouble. As […]

December 9, 2017 in Newsletter by

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November 2017 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Void Will Be Filled By Something When the air is removed from an enclosed space, a vacuum is created. The pressure outside is greater than the pressure inside. Whatever is closest to the opening gets sucked in to fill the void. The […]

November 19, 2017 in Newsletter by

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October 2017 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. I Am Priceless A car pulled up to the front of our Samaritan Inn. Tammy awkwardly stepped out from the back seat with nothing more to carry than a single duffle bag and her cane. The front seat was occupied by her […]

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September 2017 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. On The Road Again After a four week course in Umpqua Community College’s truck driving school, Steve received a Commercial Driver’s License. No less than six companies sought him for employment. He chose his new employer based on rate of pay and […]

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August 2017 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Courtyard And Future Building Site Our master plan for the Mission’s downtown campus continues to be updated according to current circumstances. When we had to demolish our deteriorating Bookstore at the corner of SE Pine St and SE Cass Av, that lot’s […]

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July 2017 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. The Trouble With Roommates Roommates are unpredictable. Anthony had four of them in a two bedroom apartment. $200 a month afforded him the couch downstairs as a bed. At the time, he was working part-time at a minimum wage job. After child […]

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June 2017 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. A Mother’s Day Message We are making improvements to the parking lot pictured above, because there is a City of Roseburg requirement for the Mission to have paved parking spaces. In 2011, we applied for and received a Conditional Use Permit to […]

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May 2017 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. A Mother’s Day Message Emily’s mother had an addiction problem that poured into her life too. Poor supervision and a lack of intervention caused the daughter to follow the mother’s bad example. Emily sought relief in the same substance that was causing […]

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April 2017 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Life Got Complicated Holly had to be transported to River Bend in Springfield for an emergency C-section because of complications with the delivery of her baby. James was born in October. After four days, she was discharged with only one possible destination […]

March 30, 2017 in Newsletter by

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