Posts Tagged:NightShift

“Reach out and touch…somebody’s hand”

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I absolutely love celebrating birthdays and anniversaries. Don’t you? I have a confession to make this evening. I’ve been holding a special birthday card close to my heart and celebrating all day with Papa, reluctant to share the occasion with anyone else. How incredibly selfish is that? So here it is. Today is NightShift’s birthday.…



A Ministry of Persons, Not “Results”

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“I tried to imagine what it’s like in his shoes.” By Sandy Phillipps People sometimes ask me what results we are seeing on the streets. As if we would give up and move on if we see no change in a person growing stronger in taking responsibility for themselves. The longer I am around, the…



R.I.P. Janice Shore

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“I still haven’t made any French toast,” he adds. “I can’t have it without her.” By Idelette McVicker | Twitter: @ideletteWe sat at a small bistro table inside Sisters Thrift Boutique this morning. Ed’s been hanging out on the side of the building here at NightShift, waiting for information about his sister Janice’s death. 8:45pm,…



Mac at MissionsFest 2013

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MaryAnne Connor, president and founder of NightShift Street Ministries, will host a seminar at MissionsFest Vancouver on Friday, Jan. 25 at 4:30pm.  For more information, check out the MissionsFest website and join us! Mac will be speaking about her new book, The Shift: The Power of Belief, telling the stories of how God led her…



We’ve finally moved in…

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With the first anniversary at our new location coming up, this week we are celebrating with the final touches:      Our thanks to Stan (Quick Signs) and his crew for producing the signs, to Tony for designing them, to Angie for taking the photos and to everyone: thank you for your patience! You can now find us well and…



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