In The News

Christa has returned to her passion!

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Christa came to The Lord’s Place looking for purpose, direction, and healing. She was a licensed nurse who experienced a traumatic event and fell into depression leading to alcoholism and the loss of her job. After a DUI led to incarceration, Christa was enrolled at The Lord’s Place Halle Place and immediately began working on …

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A Match Made at The Lord’s Place

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Jerry Maxwell and Margaret Denton, former clients of The Lord’s Place, have paved a new life for themselves and were married last Friday, August 27, at Hidden Harbor Clubhouse in Lantana. Today they are enjoying their happily ever after – one that is sober and includes God, their families, and each other. “When you’re out …

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Joshua Thrift Store on Dixie Highway Grand Reopening

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After Nearly 5 Months, The Lord’s Place Thrift Store Flagship Dixie location re-opened it’s doors to a wonderful community waiting to support the mission of The Lord’s Place. The Lord’s Place Joshua Thrift Store location at 7600 S. Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach is holding its grand reopening on Monday, August 9, 2021. Fully …

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Community Bids Farewell to The Lord’s Place Current Campus

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Community bids farewell to The Lord’s Place current campus in preparation for building three times the size The “right sizing” of the main campus will bring the services for those experiencing or at risk of homelessness under one roof The Lord’s Place staff, volunteers, community leaders, supporters, and friends gathered Thursday, July 8, 2021, at …

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Volunteers Returning to Cafe Joshua

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Now that more people are becoming fully vaccinated, The Lord’s Place volunteers are returning to Café Joshua. WPTV’s Arthur Mondale spoke with some of our volunteers and The Lord’s Place leaders about how we have adapted and expanded our programs to support the homeless community during the crisis and our need for more volunteers at …

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