Hey Readers, How Are You Guys Doing? There’s One Heck Of A Frost Wave Slamming The East Coast Right Now, And before It Gets Too Late I Wanted To Add My Daily Post. Today, Our Journey Takes Us Somewhere Captivating, Yet Simple Enough To Spread To A Great Message And Supply An Awesome Meal. Has Anyone Ever Been To Evansville, Indiana? Well Folks That’s Where We Are Headed. Located In The Heart Of Evansville, Indiana Is The St. Mary Catholic Church, Where Every Month On The 3rd Saturday They Open Their Hearts And Offer Their Services At The Potters Wheel Located At 319 Jefferson Ave, Evansville, Indiana, 47713.

The Potters Wheel is an inner city ministry in Evansville, Indiana and has developed into a very effective ministry in the Tri state area. The Potters Wheel lies on the borders of Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. Blessed with generous start up funding donations, willing volunteers and strong leadership, Potters Wheel Ministries is winning souls for Christ and changing lives among inner city residents of Evansville, Indiana. Once a haven for drug activity, prostitution and crime, the inner city of Evansville is going through a major transformation. This inner city neighborhood of Evansville, Indiana is becoming a quiet, safe environment for residents, their children and families. The Potters Wheel Ministries offers many services for low income residents of the inner city of Evansville, Indiana including a ministry that goes into the neighborhood and ministers to families and residents with a home visit“. – From Their Website – http://www.potterswheelministries.com


What’s Up You Crazy Kids? I’m Coming To You On This Awesome Friday Night From A Place Made Famous By The Movie, The Hudsucker Proxy. That’s Right It’s Muncie, Indiana And The Focus Of Tonights Shelter Spotlight Is The Muncie Mission Ministries, Inc. They Are An organization Who Feeds The Hungry, Clothes The Bare, And Fixes The Broken Down. Through Different Methods Of Help, The MMM (As They Call Themselves For Short) Provides Shelter And An End To The Heartache Of The Folks Who Pass Through Their Doors Each And Every Day. The Muncie Mission Ministries, Inc. Is Located At 1725 South Liberty Street, Muncie, Indiana 47302. They Can Be Reached By Phone At (765) 288-9122.

Muncie Mission Ministries is a faith-based, not-for-profit agency that has brought hope to the poor, needy and homeless in East Central Indiana for over 75 years. Our primary services are provided in a Christ-centered environment designed to provide basic needs and teach life skills, while guiding our residents through various problems that have brought them to our doorstep. Our recovery program is centered on spiritual healing and enrichment“. – http://www.munciemission.org

Oh My Goodness !!!! I’m Gunna Be Late, I’m Gunna Be Late !!!! Well Almost Late, But I’ve Got 20 Minutes To Spare. So Where Are We Heading Today, Fans? Well We Are Going To A Place Where Hurt Stops And Hope Starts. A Place Where The Sun Shines In On Even The Gloomiest Of People. I’m Talking About Christ House Located In Alexandria, Virginia. Christ House Is A Soup Kitchen, A Food Pantry & Even A Shelter For The Homeless. They Are Located At 131 South West Street, Alexandria, VA 22314. They Can Be Reached By Phone At (703) 549-8644.

In a special way, Catholic Charities belongs to every Catholic within the Arlington Diocese. It must be close to our hearts and never separated from the life of the Church. As Pope Benedict declared in “Deus Caritas Est,” charity is as essential to the Church as the Word and the sacraments. One cannot exist without the other. Though the Word and the sacraments lie at the heart of the Church, charity is its soul. As we go forward, let us recall Christ’s words: “Without me, you can do nothing” (John 15:5). I urge you to join us as we renew our pledge to serve the Church through Catholic Charities“. – From Their Website – http://www.ccda.net

Hey Folks, The Weekend Is Almost Here, And Boy Are We Getting Ready For The NFL Playoffs. That Being Said, Let’s Keep In Mind The Folks Who Need A Little Extra Help This Time Of Year. The Focal Point Of Today’s Shelter Spotlight is The Capuchin Soup Kitchen located in Detroit, Michigan.

Each week they serve over 2,500 meals and each year the supply nearly 300,000 lbs of food to the hungry and homeless in the surrounding areas. Founded in 1883, they are one of oldest Soup Kitchens in the United States. They are located at 4390 Conner Ave., Detroit, MI 48215 and can be reached by phone at: (313) 822-8606.


Since its inception, the Capuchin Soup Kitchen has depended on the time and efforts of others in the community who shared our concern and commitment to the poor. At the heart of our mission is the service of the many volunteers that donate their time on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Whether preparing food in the kitchen, serving meals to guests; planting, weeding or harvesting in the Earthworks garden; hanging clothing, building pantry boxes or packaging meat in the Services Center; tutoring or mentoring a child or assisting in the Arts program at the Children’s Library, volunteers provide the extra pair of hands, the warm smile and caring attitude that make the Capuchin Soup Kitchen what it is. The hours of service given by volunteers translates into over 30 additional full time staff that would have to be employed to serve those who come to our door. The generous gift of time given to the Capuchin Soup Kitchen by volunteers insures that we are able to return eighty-nine cents of every donated dollar to direct client services“. – From their website: http://www.cskdetroit.org

1/10/2010 Shelter Spotlight

January 10, 2010

Good Morning !!!!!! Today, We’re Heading West, And Highlighting The Amazing Efforts Of Jubilee Women’s Center Located In Seattle, Washington. Under The Current Leadership Of Ms. Melissa Ries, Jubilee Women’s Center Has Grown Substantially Not Only In Size But In Scope. The Mission Of Jubilee Women’s Center Is To Provide Women With An Enviroment That Teaches Self-Reliance And Independence. Every Woman Wants To Be Free, Jubilee Women’s Center Provides A Professional Foundation So That One Day, That Freedom Can Occur. The Women’s Center Is Located at 620 18th Ave. East, Seattle, WA 98112. You can call them at (206) 324-1244.

Here’s A Portion Of Their Mission Statement, “At Jubilee, we are led by the guiding principle that all women are to be treated with respect and dignity. By valuing the inherent gifts and talents of every woman, we focus on the positive place within her. This unique philosophy, coupled with our extensive support services helps women make permanent change from the inside out. Our mission, vision and values exemplify how we at Jubilee are working tirelessly to promote the worth, integrity, diversity, empowerment, equity of women every day, no matter what her circumstances“. – The Complete Mission Statement Can Be Found On Jubilee Women’s Center’s website: http://www.jwcenter.org

Hey Folks, How Ya’ll Doing? I hope you’re having a kickass Tuesday, we’ve put a great “Happy Hour Hot Spot” post together. We’ve searched high, low, east and west for this weeks selection and trust me when I tell you it’ll be awesome for anyone in the area. I’m heading back to greatest city in the world, and featuring a spot on the West Side. The other night, we had the chance to check out the Happy Hour at Johnny Utah’s NYC the other night, and for a relaxing Tuesday Evening (or any evening for that matter) it’s fantastic. The bartenders were amazing, as drinks were refilled on request and the people were great. Here’s a few things you guys in the midtown area should keep in mind.

  • Johnny Utah’s NYC Saloon has the first ever mechanical bull – The bull riding is FREE for anyone over the age of 18, and runs on a first come, first serve basis. (Riders must present proper ID). WARNING: This can cause folks to engage in endless laughter, unforseen laughs at the water cooler in the morning, and last but not least, awesome lasting memories.


  • Happy Hour is Six(6) Days in this joint. It’ runs Monday to Saturday 4:00pm-10:00pm with several drink specials. $5 Margaritas for starters which are always a good choice. $3 Coronas and $3 Rolling Rocks. Finally, a super blow out during Happy Hour – $2 Pabst Blue Ribbons (PBRs). 


  • A menu from the smokehouse that is off the charts, if you like great steaks and BBQ. I recommend the Rattlesnake Nachos to start, followed by the Braised Pork Roast and of course you’ll need to end with the sensational Key Lime Pie.


Not only does Johnny Utah’s give you the look of an old-time Saloon, it puts other establishments to shame. It’s got the atmosphere, the crowd and certainly offers each and every one of its customers a grand ol’ time. So folks, ya’ll need to mosey on down to Johnny Utah’s and take the Bull by the Horns.

Until Next Time – Keep On Truckin’