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Thanks for the resources!
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Thanks for posting Teen Challenge. The website for the Teen Challenge National website for the US is http://www.teenchallengeusa.com. “www.teenchallenge.com” is the website for Teen Challenge of Southern California.The website for Global teen challenge information – Teen Challenge outside the US – http://www.globaltc.org.
Thanks much for the work you put into this. Regarding the urban ministry you mentioned for Cleveland, Ohio– The City Mission (that’s where I work) I’d like to request that you take off the e-mail of the contact person listed as he no longer works here. I think it would be sufficient just to have our web site address. Besides serving urban children and youth, we also provide residential progams for homeless men and women, we have an outreach to prison inmates, and provide a range of services to the urban poor. We also own a camp that is available for rent. Much more info available on our web site. Thank you!!
WOW! This really is impressive. Thanks for such a wide spanning list. Kudos!
You may find additional urban ministries listed at the Association of Gospel Rescue Mission site http://www.agrm.org/missions.html
Central Union Mission
Added, thanks for all you do at Central. God bless,
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Thank you, thank you, thank you. You have done what I intended to spend many weeks trying to find out….. I am trying to send emails to churches with inner city programs so that they can take on a project to help the homeless. Using our website: http://www.homelesspartners.com I’m trying to get as many churches as possible to be involved in leading the way for the community to help the homeless. It’s good for the community to see the church in a positive “light”, good for the shelters, good for the church to work together and let their light shine and of course good for the homeless.
Do you have these people in a neat list that can be used to send out email easily?
Thanks so very much for your work.
Peace and Grace to you in abundance,
Vancouver, BC, now in Sardegna, Italy working on a book documenting ancient baptistries — it’s a tough job but somebody needs to do it.
As emails change over time I am sure some of these would bounce by now. Several people have emailed me with updates to their contact information so I know many of them are still good.
In your browser go to view and find the place where you can view page source or page code. Click that and it will give you the html of this page in a text file. Then search that file for the @ symbol. That will find all the email addresses for you then just copy and paste them into another file. If that sounds too hard let me know.
Great list here – I work with Memphis Urban Ministry and a better site for us can be found at http://www.memphisurbanministry.com
Great work – glad I stumbled across your blog.
I originally compiled this list for Anthony Wood of Memphis Urban Ministry. I will update that link. God bless,
I really a ppriciate the work that the mission has so far established to help the needy and to reach them with the gospel.
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Do state databases for inmates have any protocols for connecting to each other so as to not miss an inmate having crimes from state to state?
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