My name is Mike Amspacher, but most people call me Nut.
That’s the name I prefer. It started when I was a midget football player. Because of my size, I became known as Peanut. It stuck, but when I got a little older, the nickname was reduced simply to Nut. Today, I am so glad to be a “Nut” for Jesus!
Look for Nut’s story in the December newsletter arriving shortly.
The HOPES Homeless Resource Center is up and running, providing things like food, laundry, and shower facilities.
HOPES will serve as a home-base for those who need a place to help them break out of the cycle of poverty and homelessness. It is not a place to just hang out, but truly a resource center to assist those who want to become self-sufficient. HOPES is working hand-in-hand with Lebanon County Christian Ministries who is coordinating the overnight emergency shelter program through local host churches, during the winter months.