Why are you homeless

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During a night crabbing , (not night club-ing 😀) in San Francisco , Boyong , a Fil-American homeless showed us an interesting picture of crab mentality. He yelled “put the lid on, this will escape” “ throwing his one catch on the basket. Few minutes later he threw two or more crabs , “now, keep […]

Happenings at Ellis Room …

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–by Cristina A Thomas is just one of the many people who has visited the Ellis Room, our drop-in center. Every month we have more than 750 drop-in visitors. Some are regulars and some are new people that are struggling with life on the streets of Tenderloin. Thomas visited the Ellis Room as medical issues […]

Love Unconditional

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This story is in memory of a mentally ill homeless friend disowned, persecuted and abandoned by his loved ones. “Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child she has borne? Though she may forget, I will not forget you!   Isaiah 49:15 niv A U.S Marine highly decorated […]

Cristina A – My Whiz Bang IPhone5C

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I was happy with my Nokia cell phone, the flip kind that I had for many years.  With a simple lifestyle,  my “dinosaur” phone is enough to call my family, friends and when occasion warrant it,  call 911 and police emergencies whilst working with the homeless in the Ellis Room. But guess what!!!!  Ruddy got me a whiz bang iPhone 5C […]

Pushing The Wrong Button

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“26 “In your anger do not sin. Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, 27 and do not give the devil a foothold.“ Ephesians 4:26-27 Imagine this is you one early morning: –you’re in a hurry, late for work, traffic and you just noticed your gauge was  on the “E” […]

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” We may think we have spiritual gifts, we may presume we are holy, we may rejoice with human successes, but until we see Christ and abandon our reliance upon our self-righteousness, all we will ever have, at best, is our religion.” — Francis Frangipane Holiness, Truth and the Presence of God p45