A Little Help From Our Friends

We never cease to be amazed and humbled by God’s favor toward the Titus 2 substance abuse and life recovery ministry.   We undertook a rather aggressive posture in assuring that women in our program who are working hard on their life recovery goals have the transportation they need to succeed.  We purchased vehicles and financed them at no interest within the budgets of women who are working full time. It has required some expenditures for repairs on vehicles to assure dependability and safety.  Yet God has provided individuals willing to assist us…..some with their skills, others with financial support.

We are especially grateful for the cooperation and prompt service of David Lovett and Josh Brown at Mad Hatter Muffler on 23rd Street for the improvements they made to an exhaust system this week at an affordable price.

We are also indebted to ministry friends, Jimmy McLain and Mark Nance, for their generosity, time and skill in locating parts and repairing or replacing a variety of issues- tail light covers and bulbs, broken door handles, a mirror, spare tire rim, a replacement radio, body repair and painting, and other normal wear and tear repairs to older model vehicles that still have a lot of serviceable miles in them.

We appreciate the professional skill and support of Bo Bergloff and Bill and Mandy Sumner and the crew at Eurasian Garage on Airport Road in diagnosing, repairing or referring to other specialty auto service businesses as they evaluate cars for our Titus 2 ladies.

And we are grateful for the financial support of several friends who recognize how necessary dependable personal transportation is for individuals who are moving from the margins of society to the mainstream of economic self-reliance and new, recovery-sustaining “people, places, and things.”