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Yes, Anthony is homeless. We met at a rotating shelter near Detroit. When Anthony first lost is job and a place to live he tried living in an abandoned building filled with people using drugs.

Then he found MCREST Rotating Shelter. I love the rotating shelter model. Basically a group a faith-based organizations come together sharing resources to help hurting people. Hmmmm, that sounds to me like what church should be all about. If your church or bowling team is not helping your community like this – START!

Anthony has a job and by now is living in his own apartment. He is also going back to school. I wish all stories ended like Anthony’s. With your help, they can.

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