What a beautiful night! The Haven of Rest held its Annual Benefit Concert, featuring Greater Vision, at Concord Baptist Church on Friday, March 9, 2018.Read More
This season is a critical time of year for showing Christ’s love and compassion to our neighbors most in need. What better time than Easter to share our blessings by giving meals and hope in Jesus to every defeated person coming to us for help and compassion!
People like Joey, a local man who had lost everything and in pain told me, “From the depths of my soul I knew I was lost—broken and alone.”Read More
When Dae Brown tweeted a photo of her newly-adopted son, she had no idea it would go viral… but who could resist an adorable three-year old throwing a celebratory fist in the air?Read More
As a friend of The Haven, you undoubtedly share Christ’s compassion for the suffering neighbors we serve at Haven of Rest, no matter what they’ve gone through or where they’ve ended up.
Redemption is for all: that is the message and meaning of Easter, and it begins at the foot of the cross—and where the stone is rolled away!
Have you seen the TLC reality show, “Long Lost Family”? Each episode aims to reunite families — adoptive children seeking their birth parents, people looking for siblings they didn’t know existed, the list goes on.
While each story is unique, two strong themes consistently emerge:Read More
When a mother overcomes an addiction and returns to her family, our neighborhoods become stronger. When a once-homeless man learns the skills to secure a stable job and contribute his talent and potential, our city becomes a better home for all of us. Because of you, Haven of Rest graduates and current clients have experienced true life-changeRead More
Most people believe Mount Everest to be the tallest mountain in the world, but the title actually belongs to Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano in Hawaii. Like an iceberg, more than half of Mauna Kea resides below water.Read More
Before flying to Hawaii, a woman called her airline's customer service department to inquire about their policy for bringing dogs on board. “It’s no problem at all,” replied the representative, “as long as you provide your own kennel.”Read More
If you are able to provide any of the items listed above, please drop them off at our Men's Rescue Mission - 219 W. Whitner St. Anderson, SC 29624.Read More