Scott overcomes life of abuse...

Meet Scott. Born deaf and with a cleft pallet, his father physically and mentally abused him. He remembers in fits of rage, his father tearing his clothes off, burning them, then beating him black and blue.

At the Meeting at the Bridge in Charlotte Scott testified that he is an overcomer. He said God brought him out of a life of hopelessness and destruction and set him free. Not only has he escaped the life of physical and mental abuse, he has been able to forgive and accept the love of his Heavenly Father.

Though homeless, he proclaims he has a life of peace and is enjoying the freedom that God gave him.



Sometimes all it takes is a small seed of hope to break the cycle of homelessness. Through our “Meet Me at the Bridge” outreach, we serve meals, provide clothes, shoes, blankets and other resources to homeless people in our community.  


Additionally, we go deeper into these communities, providing not only food and resources but helping others in their time of need. We work with people on an individual level because every story is different…reconnecting them with their family, providing them with opportunities, and helping them become productive members of society. We want people to know that it’s never too late to Start Over!

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