Tag Archives: Houses for Healing

GIVING A RIDE PROVIDES A LIFT

By LORETTA FULTON Not long after the word “coronavirus” started popping up in the news, Brian Massey called social workers at Hendrick Medical Center to see if he could help. Some people are just like that–looking to help, not looking to hunker down. Massey, founder of Houses for Healing, is one of those. Over the past few years, he has

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KNITTERS AID THOSE IN NEED

By LORETTA FULTON As soon as Candy Key learned about Brian Massey’s Houses for Healing in Abilene, she knew that was the answer. The ministry provides free lodging, plus personal care, in one of four tiny houses on North Hickory Street for patients from surrounding areas who are undergoing long-term medical treatment in Abilene or for the families of those

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TINY HOUSES SERVE BIG PURPOSE

  By LORETTA FULTON Ryan Goodwin, director of operations for Sonrise Ministries’ Houses for Healing, brings a unique perspective to the job–one he wishes he didn’t have. Houses for Healing are 392 square-foot tiny houses that will provide free lodging for people from area communities who are undergoing longterm medical treatment in Abilene. The first phase of the project consists

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