I walked out of the woods with suicide on my mind. “I am going to jump in front of a truck if someone doesn’t pick me up. I don’t want to live anymore.”
Do you want practical ways to empower people to overcome poverty and homelessness? Here are 4 ways you can make a difference.
Hurricane Victim turned single mother experiences pain and then growth at New Beginnings’ workforce housing, Woodwinds. Now she’s doing life on her own.
A widow describes her journey from addict to honoring the memories of her friend and her husband.
Even if you have not wrestled with addiction, we found these prayers based on the Twelve Steps to be helpful in pursuing a relationship with God.
We commissioned an artist to paint something to represent New Beginnings’ work. Here’s the story behind her 2019 one-of-a-kind painting.
Thank you to the United Way of Lake & Sumter Counties for a generous grant of $7,150.00 to New Beginnings in January 2019.
Linda wanted to work at New Beginnings once she graduated because staff members poured into her as a resident in the program. She wanted to give back.
Homelessness can happen to anyone. I had no idea it would ever be me. I was at an all-time low, praying to God every night, asking Him to take me.
Does that idea strike you wrong? Jesus was born homeless. Sometimes, holy work happens in the dirt. And right there, in the lowest place, we discover God with us.