I live and work on a farm spending most of my days outside in the weather. I spent yesterday soaked to the bone by the same rain that God provides to give life to our crops and feed our cattle.
The work at Harvest Farm is not possible without the help and support of our sponsors and the many donors who keep the lights on and the tractors running. The Farm is a place where men come to join the New Life Program. But it’s more than that, they come to better themselves and change their lives.
The Break the Cycle team riding from Reno to Seattle is amazingly diverse and yet united in the mission of the gospel. Everyone who struggles to reach their goal finds adversity, aches and pains, joys and disappointments; the road has ups and downs for all of us. This ride has given me time to remember that some things are the same for all of us.
I am thankful that we can all be part of what God is doing through Denver Rescue Mission every day.
Check out Brian’s training video for Break the Cycle.
Break the Cycle 900 Miles Against Hunger
Mission President and CEO, Brad Meuli, is leading a team of employee cyclists and one board member in Break the Cycle II. A group of six cyclists from the Mission will spend 10 days pedaling more than 900 miles from Reno to Seattle. Their goal is to raise $48,000—enough money for 25,000 meals. Support the ride here.