"When the Rev. Barry Feaker started working at the Topeka Rescue Mission in April 1986, he was the only staff member, they were sheltering 15 to 20 people a night and he was working 15 to 18 hours a day.
Feaker is this year’s recipient of the Otto and Jane Schnellbacher Lifetime Service Award. He will receive the award during the annual Cornerstone of Topeka Housewarming Party fundraiser on June 28 at the Kansas Expocentre’s Heritage Hall.
He is “greatly honored” and humbled, he said, to be receiving the award and that the relationship between Cornerstone and the rescue mission has been a positive one. After 32 years at the mission, said he believed God led him to the position of director when he told God that he wanted to not only read about Him but to also experience Him."
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