By: Jason Vorck | October 9, 2018
When Tony first arrived at the Rescue Mission, the biggest burden he carried was regret. “The most hurtful thing about being an addict and an alcoholic was how can I make up for my past? How can I make up for my past mistakes and failures?” Tony shares.
As a child, Tony just wanted to belong, especially after his parents’ divorce. So he began spending time at a friend’s house, including time with his friend’s father,...More
By: Jason Vorck | October 8, 2018
It is our human nature to look for things to fulfill and satisfy us as only God can. For someone on the verge of homelessness and...More
By: Jason Vorck | October 1, 2018
It has now been over 2 years since we began hosting our biweekly apologetics class here at the Rescue Mission. What began as a...More
By: Jason Vorck | September 19, 2018
Orange County Rescue Mission is blessed to work with some amazing and talented professionals – especially in our kitchen! And...More
By: Jason Vorck | September 17, 2018
Friends and neighbors, every so often I call on you for your help meeting an urgent need of the population here at the Village of...More
By: Jason Vorck | September 12, 2018
Today is National Encouragement Day, which aptly falls right after September 11th, a day that will forever be...More
By: Jason Vorck | September 10, 2018
I would like to shine the spotlight on two more of our incredible volunteers: Kathy & Lissa!