Our time spent with homeless people illustrates the need for helping them get back on track. The men, women and young people that we’ve met inspire us to action, progress and, often times, solutions. Every one of them has a story worth sharing.

 

Learn how we’re working to tackle the issue of homelessness and assisting people back to self-sustainment.

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James

A New Place and A Transformed Life

“Brian” was angry, hardened, and difficult. He came to us months ago with several life-destroying burdens – recovering from decades of addiction, four years of incarceration, and a recent physical disability…”
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James

IT’S ALL YOUR FAULT!

Although Steve has struggled to overcome grief and self-condemnation, he is living proof of God’s promise that “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness…”
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James

THE HALLWAY IN BETWEEN

James’ time in the hallway of homelessness, between incarceration and graduation, was long and difficult. But hear how he overcame it…
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Joe

IN HIS WEAKNESS GOD WAS STRONG

Joe was an alcoholic who is taking care of business and beginning to restore his life…
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Jane

FOR I KNOW THE PLANS I HAVE FOR YOU

Jane used to be a Lamb Center guest, but now she is back on her feet, self-supported and a proud Lamb Center donor…
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Overcoming Addictions

Despite going through treatment programs, Sam had trouble staying sober and keeping a job… until he received help.
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Hope in the Midst of Pain

William had all of the warning signs but took the path of trouble… but now there is light at the end of the tunnel.
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Meet Vickie

Vickie used to be unemployed, spiritually lost and without a place to live… until she found the Lamb Center.
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Landing the Job

Johnny was unemployed and lost everything but he didn’t give up. When TLC helped him get a job, his future became bright.
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More Than Meets the Eye

After spending years in prison because of a drunk driving accident, Morgan eventually landed a job at a grocery store.
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The names and photos have been changed to protect the dignity of those involved.

“The Lamb Center is like a “reset” button for me. The staff, volunteers, and some of the guests, radiate the love and light of Christ to us and we have a choice one we’ve seen it, to radiate it back to others.”

– A Lamb Center Guest