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Topeka Rescue Mission

The FEAR of FREEDOM: The BONDAGE of PREDICTIBILITY

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Each night the children long-awaited the return of their father coming home from his intense and laborious day at work. The family would gather around the small fire in their one room house and listen to stories that had been passed down for 430 years. Stories of a deliverer who would one day set them…read the rest

INTRODUCING: OAKLAND NET CENTER

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Three years ago, the Mission developed NET Reach, a ministry division which aids in efforts to empower and transform communities while preventing homelessness. Our first initiative began in the Highland Crest community of Topeka and has since grown to include a number of programs for children and adults through Hi-Crest NET. The Oakland Christian Church…read the rest

In Darkness a Light Still Shines….for Kids – Sneak Peek

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Copies of “In Darkness, a Light Still Shines … for Kids!” are available for purchase at the Mission’s Thrift Store (1312 N Kansas Avenue), LifeWay Christian Bookstore (Topeka), Barnes and Noble (Topeka), Straight Water (1023 SW Gage), Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.  Proceeds support the Topeka Rescue Mission Children’s Palace. CHAPTER FOUR: “The Beginnings of Rescue” But…read the rest

CHILDREN’S PALACE: Update and Invitation

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Though opening day has not yet been confirmed, we are closer than ever to opening the doors of the Palace! The overall vision of the Children’s Palace is to provide a safe, educational atmosphere for children under the age of six to receive care and love while residing at the Topeka Rescue Mission. We believe…read the rest

The Scariest and Best Job I’ve Ever Had

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ENCOURAGEMENT for DADS A number of years ago I received a visit from a radio reporter covering national news stories. One of her final questions was, “What is the most difficult part of your job that you face every day?” I paused and had to think about that for a little bit before answering ……read the rest