The MESH published two different shows this week that each featured one of the founders and key leaders behind Exodus Homes, a regional organization that offers transitional and permanent supportive housing for homeless recovering addicts, alcoholics, and formerly incarcerated people returning to our community from treatment programs and prison.
Rev. Susan Smith, Assistant Executive Director of Exodus Homes, was our featured guest “reader” on the latest story in “Storytime Station”. She read the book “What If No One Likes Me?” by Greensboro author Janet Young, dealing with acceptance and diversity from a young person’s point-of-view. Click this link to listen to the latest story on “Storytime Station”.
Rev. Reggie Longcrier, Executive Director of Exodus Homes, was featured in this month’s interview with Hal Row on “People You Should Know”. Reggie’s fascinating story – that fueled his recent biography, “From Disgrace to Dignity” – can be heard in this week’s episode with the second portion coming after Thanksgiving. Click this link to listen to the first part of Rev. Longcrier’s interview.
To learn more about Exodus Homes and the incredible work their organization is doing, please visit them on their web site at www.exodushomes.org.