“The greatest thing I have learned serving with The Hub is that God is not looking for qualified people - He's just looking for people willing to go, willing to do what He asks you to do..."
"I have learned that in order to reach the lost and hurting, it is all about living life beside them."
Working with the homeless and the impoverished population teaches me about myself and grows me spiritually every week. I have the privilege of seeing scripture played out right before my eyes. I see His provision, His protection and His grace and mercy all over this ministry.
The Lovewell Center is The Hub’s primary outreach outlet. It is a pay or earn business model ministry that teaches concepts of earning, participation, accountability and self-sufficiency. Inside The Lovewell Center are four businesses where the physical needs of the poor can be met: The Dresswell, an apparel store, The Eatwell, a food pantry, The Smellwell, a Laundromat and The Drinkwell, a coffee shop.
Those who come through the doors are registered for a "Lovewell Card" and given opportunities to earn points through a semester system of classes and meetings. As they earn they can then use their earnings to shop in any of our four stores. Nothing we have is free, but it’s freely theirs if they earn it. This model challenges the entitlement mentality and teaches each person that they have value and worth and can do whatever they set their mind to.
The Hub staff loves to teach about what we do! We have individual speakers on staff who can come to your next event and speak, or we can come as a team and provide the worship and the teaching!
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