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.


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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.


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Foster Care

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.