Jacquelynn Massengill, 55, is a Minneapolis Harbor Light volunteer and former transitional housing resident, living there for 18 months from 2004–2006. In that time, she became Harbor Light’s Volunteer of the Year. She arrived at Harbor Light from Indiana to escape a domestic violence situation.

Jacquelynn Massengill, 55, is a Minneapolis Harbor Light volunteer and former transitional housing resident, living there for 18 months from 2004–2006. In that time, she became Harbor Light’s Volunteer of the Year. She arrived at Harbor Light from Indiana to escape a domestic violence situation.

 

 

“For years, Facebook posts, forwarded emails and rumors have been leading people to believe that The Salvation Army does not serve members of the LGBT community … these accusations simply aren’t true.”

Last week Brian Allan sent the link to “LGBT Discrimination:  Debunking the Myth“, a two minute video produced by the Salvation Army’s Northern Division headquartered in the Twin Cities.

Brian organizes the small group of Salvation Army soldiers, officers and friends that serves lemonade and cold water each summer at the Chicago Pride Parade.  We can always use more help to serve and share in the name of Jesus.

 

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