A Kingdom Vision: Fully Immersed, Part 10

A Kingdom Vision: Fully Immersed, Part 10

A blog series on “Kingdom Vision”; to live and orient our lives according to His ways. By Eric Basye “Evangelism is necessary but insufficient by itself to untangle the complexities of poverty, some that date back generations. Effective poverty-fighters,...
Spring 2021 – Rail//Line Update

Spring 2021 – Rail//Line Update

We are so happy to be on our little corner of the South Side and thrilled that many of you have claimed Rail//Line as your go-to stop for coffee and community. We couldn’t be here without everyone who has invested in the work we are doing. Since opening last August,...
Spring Internship Update by Jon Chung

Spring Internship Update by Jon Chung

I’m about halfway through my CLDI internship. I’ve spent most of my time with Youth Works building relationships with students. Besides the youth, it has been a great joy to meet and develop relationships with neighbors and community members. The stories I’ve heard...
Hope for a Safe Home

Hope for a Safe Home

Imagine struggling to access your own front door… Meet Ms. Darlene Latimore, a fiery beauty who moved from California to Billings 11 years ago. She has put down roots and built a community in the Magic City. Tragically, in 2016, Ms. Darlene suffered a stroke that left...
Love and Pain in Relationship

Love and Pain in Relationship

A reflection from Youth Works Director Kaylee Thompson “It had been a rough day; one of those where there is pain and struggle and challenge. Life had been difficult for a number of students we work with, and on this particular day, it was nearly enough to make...
A Fresh Start and Hopeful Future

A Fresh Start and Hopeful Future

A Story of a Hannah House Resident Three years ago, Jen* was arrested for possession of illegal substances. Sentenced to attend treatment followed by the pre-release program at Passages, the Hannah House leadership started building a relationship with Jen through...