ASL Team Gives Back At John 3:16 Mission Men’s Shelter
On January 16, The Ozark Region Above Store Leader Team along with HRD Laurence Kelly served lunch at the John 3:16 Mission men’s shelter kitchen. After serving the men, participants in the Women’s Shelter across town came and were served as well. In addition, we were proud contribute and serve “American’s Favorite Pizza” for the men and women participating in different levels of the program and the staff of John 3:16 Mission.
We heard amazing stories of how people made their way to this location and how grateful they are for all the support they’ve received from the Mission and the community to get their lives back on track. It is always amazing to see the heart of the workers who do this everyday in their community helping some amazing folks.
John 3:16 Mission is a nonprofit church that was founded in 1952 to share the Gospel with Tulsa’s hungry, homeless, and at-risk people while meeting their immediate physical needs for food, shelter, clothing, and safety.
John 3:16 Mission offer a comprehensive recovery programs for men and women seeking to escape homelessness and rebuild their lives. The programs are faith-based and emphasize a biblical therapeutic model of recovery. Trained staff and counselors help guide program students through each phase of the program.
John 3:16 Mission is able to make an incredible impact in the lives of thousands of hungry, homeless and at-risk people every year in the Tulsa community. The facility provides an average of 2,275 beds per month for the homeless men.