Brent hoped for a better life beyond the streets
“It was the worst feeling in the world . . . I walked the streets for a while or couch surfed. I stayed at a drug house, or in the woods. I had a little pocket Bible that I carried. Even if I was high or not, I would just read it. I knew something was missing from my life. God kept pursuing me . . .”
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Brent Graduates College
Brent came to the Mission with just a backpack. Watch Brent share his inspiring life-transformation from homelessness to college graduate through Northwest University.
Seahawks Serve Meals
Through Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission and Seastar Restaurant and Raw Bar, 2017 rookies greeted and served those in need alongside the restaurant’s Chef and Owner, John Howie.
Caring for Youth
The Mission is partnering with Office Moms and Dads to help comfort children in foster care throughout Washington during some of the most difficult moments of their lives.