Entries by aaryn

The New Pastor

I read the following story during Friday’s Winter Graduation Ceremony. Since then, several people have requested that I post it to my blog. Here it is… Pastor Jeremiah Steepek The New Pastor Pastor Jeremiah Steepek (pictured right) transformed himself into a homeless person and went to his newly assigned church where he was to be […]

Photos + Stories from our Annual Holiday Meals

I love looking at old photos. The ones I’ve included in this blog post are some of our best memories from our annual holiday meals. These are truly wonderful reminders of all the great work you’ve made possible here at San Diego Rescue Mission during the past year. If you volunteer, you may find yourself […]

Your Online Shopping Can Benefit San Diego Rescue Mission

All you have to do is shop your favorite stores through iGive.com where up to 26% of every purchase is donated to San Diego Rescue Mission! At iGive.com, membership is free! Use the Mall at iGive.com, where you can browse 800+ stores. Before you shop your favorite stores, click through iGive.com and designate us as your cause.

Feed the Need or Fix the Problem?

When I think about sharing blessings, my mother and grandchildren come to mind. (I visited both on a recent trip to Boston to see our five children and their families.) As I cleaned the moss from my mother’s headstone and left some of her favorite flowers, I thought of her tremendous care and concern for […]

Silver Linings Jewelry Supports the Mission

Silver Linings Jewelry will donate a portion of the profits from select pieces to the San Diego Rescue Mission. View the collection here. Please wear, enjoy and thank you for helping us to help others. For the month of September $10 of every San Diego Rescue Mission 3 Bangle Signature Set sold will be donated […]

When Giving is a Way of Life

My mother was always looking out for other people. She had a wicker basket in the trunk of her car that she would fill with clothing she would buy at the local thrift shop and then donate. She would embarrass her children by asking for dented cans and outdated baked goods at the local grocery […]