We rejoice as we pause and review the great things God has done since 1972. We want these memories to be testimonies of God’s provision as we move into the future with the assurance that there is no problem or challenge that cannot be overcome through the awesome power manifested through our Risen Lord.
I am caught in a bind this summer when New Life is facing so many needs as it works to provide for the homeless. I desperately need more partners like you to help me care for my hungry friends. These include the homeless women, children, veterans, and the elderly who have been thrown away, abused,...
Dear Friends, With your help today, we can solve a terrible problem! When you don’t get enough water, your body experiences a breakdown that can span from headache, dry skin and dizziness to a rapid heart rate, lethargy, confusion, seizures, shock and possibly even coma! The homeless are finding it hard to get water. When...
With your help today, we can solve a terrible problem!
Dear Friend, As thousands of people die daily in India due to COVID-19, their children are left homeless orphans. Such was the case for 6-year-old Kondra whose parents died in April of 2020. Alone without family, he was sold into slavery and made to work at a stone quarry. Day after day Kondra carried stones...
Items can be brought to 2428 Woodson Road – Monday thru Saturday from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm. Address New Life Evangelistic Center, Inc. 2428 Woodson Rd. Overland, MO 63114 Phone Main Desk: (314) 421-3020 Toll Free: 1-800-334-3276 Fax: (314) 942-3772 Business Office hours: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM (Monday-Friday)
During the coronavirus “shut down” and as businesses reopen, the New Life Evangelistic Center outreach team members have distributed over 3,500 personal hygiene kits in Mid-America, plus hundreds more in India. In addition, they provide bag lunches, water, and other essential items to the homeless daily and they are invited to become a part of the...
Planting Seeds of Hope and Love during Covid-19 Book
“Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.”
— 2 Corinthians 5:17 (KJV)
The NLEC first responders among the homeless met Matthew at a south St. Louis grocery store looking rather dejected. Someone had maliciously destroyed his tent that day while Matthew was away at work. The… Read more “Matthew”
My first day on the streets was the worst day of my life. It rained on me, I was cold and shivered all night. I had cramps in my back and I prayed that… Read more “Robert”
Leslie and Shannon
Somewhere along the line my husband, Shannon and I started shooting dope together and slept very little. Instead of turning to each other, we turned to the needle. We quit caring about… Read more “Leslie and Shannon”
Dara and her 2 yr-old son had to leave the building they were living in because of problems there. Dara came to NLEC first responders as they were placing another person in a motel and… Read more “Dara”
Angelina and her three children, ranging in age from nine to fifteen, have been homeless and living in their vehicle and at times in hotels. They once owned their own home, but a dishonest… Read more “Angelina”
Racheal had been calling 211 (The United Way Homeless Services Hotline) for three days straight only to be told, each day, there were no rooms available. On the third day the information specialist from… Read more “Racheal”
Will and Jodie
The evening that the NLEC first responders found Will and Jodie it was 5 degrees above zero with a wind chill of minus 15. Will and Jodie have been homeless and living on the riverfront… Read more “Will and Jodie”
My name is Teddy Foster and I came from Springfield, through the Veterans Coming Home Center. Rev. Rice helped me get into this training program to help me get closer to God and to help get direction in my life.… Read more “Teddy”
I was on a greyhound bus heading to see my family in Kentucky. I was supposed to get off in Clarksville, TN but I fell asleep. Before I… Read more “Susan”
My name is Carl Benham. I came to NLEC after losing my job and then my apartment. I then found myself homeless. After joining their leadership program, I… Read more “Carl”