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“It is finished.” Dear Friends, Today is Good Friday, one of the most bittersweet, solemn, and grace-filled days in history: a day that shook the earth, broke barriers, and was the ultimate display of unrelenting forgiveness. And this forgiveness isn’t lost on Wheeler Mission’s guests. When our men...

This story is shared by William Bumphus, Director of Wheeler Mission's Shelter for Men.  People come and go, especially in this cold. It’s Winter Contingency at Wheeler Mission. And right now, our Shelter for Men (SFM) hosts upwards of 500 men every night. For thousands in Indianapolis,...

Dear friend, 2018, our 125th anniversary, was a remarkable year for Wheeler Mission. Thank you for coming alongside us to serve our community's most vulnerable men, women, and children. Join us in celebrating what was done...

This piece was authored by Lisa Hoffman, LMHC, LCAC, and Program Director at our Center for Women & Children. Reflecting on concerns of substance abuse and mental health… A senior guest has a combination referred to as a "dual diagnosis." The sad thing about this is that...

The ministry at Wheeler Mission wouldn’t be possible without its dedicated volunteers. Volunteers get front row seats to the joy, pain, milestones, setbacks, and miracles that happen every day inside our facilities. Our volunteers are valued partners, friends, and allies—and it is our joy to...

But in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you. 1 Peter 3:15 (ESV) Sharing the Reason for Our Hope On October 7th, a Sunday afternoon,...