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New president: God remains in charge

  I am incredibly excited, enthusiastic, and humbled to become President of City Gospel Mission and to lead such a venerable organization. I express my sincere gratitude to Mr. Roger Howell, who has led City Gospel Mission for the past 30 years. During Roger’s tenure, City Gospel Mission has experienced significant growth and expansion of…

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A tribute to Robert Lindner

  The most important thing to Bob Lindner was his love for God and the next was his love for people. He was genuine and cared for everyone he met. He really was larger than life. Bob was a faithful supporter of City Gospel Mission. He blessed the people we serve with his generosity for…

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Jammell gives thanks every day

  It’s a terrible feeling being homeless. It’s hitting rock bottom. You find out who really cares about you when you’re homeless. I was sleeping in a friend’s garage. You don’t know where your next meal is going to come from. But at City Gospel Mission, you’ll never go hungry. And it is a blessing…

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Jackie Robinson and City Gospel Mission

  During this Black History Month, we want to celebrate and share a story about the iconic Jackie Robinson, who broke Major League Baseball’s color barrier, and how he is linked to City Gospel Mission. There’s a statue in Brooklyn, N.Y., of a scene during a Brooklyn Dodgers-Cincinnati Reds game that may or may not…

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