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What do the following people have in common: Presidents William Howard Taft and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, hymnwriter Fanny Crosby, Governor Al Smith, retailer JC Penney, reformer Eleanor Roosevelt, evangelists Billy Sunday and Billy Graham, and beat writer Jack Kerouac? They all are a part of the history of The Bowery Mission Chapel. Written on the occasion of the Chapel’s 100th Anniversary in 2009, The Chapel is a fascinating history written by Christianity Today senior writer Tony Carnes.
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Ed Morgan, President of The Bowery Mission, writes, “I have worked with high government officials and quite a few of America’s best business leaders. None have influenced me as much as the men of The Bowery Mission.” In Spiritual Lessons, Morgan has chosen five insights that he learned from men at The Bowery Mission and offers them “to people of mature faith, to those currently searching, and especially to those still running” from life.
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The 2012 Annual Report described how The Bowery Mission:
- Hosted over 79,900 nights of shelter.
- Provided 376,700 hot, nutritious meals to the homeless.
- Provided 1,151 youth with summer camp, scholarships, retreats, community service projects, group mentoring, and internships.
- Graduated 145 formerly homeless men and women to transformed lives of spiritual growth, sobriety, employment and independent living.
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