CONTINUING SUMMER JOURNEY: CHICAGO ILLINOIS IN JESUS NAME

Good Afternoon,
As most Americans go through their lives,some encounter day to day issues in their individual fates beyond their control and unfortunately it leads to a downward spiral. All who are Stable and Blessed need Understanding,Brotherly Love, and a Non Judging Patient Charity when coming across any in our American Family who have fallen into a position where they are down and out. Not EVERY person that is homeless or afflicted is lazy or a bum.You will find if you take time to observe and listen with God's General Law Of Kindness in your Heart, a lot of the time you will leave them knowing the full TRUE story and not some society driven made up judgemental scenario that you take as the Final and Supreme WORD.....Here are our Beautiful yet Painfully Sorrowfilled Memories from Chicago Illinois on our Stop into one of many mini tent cities in our Journey through Upper America...A Warm Smile A Hug and The Giving Of Creature Comforts go A Very Long Way Before The Lord God ........we also introduced ourselves to The Health and Human Services There......

God Bless and Much Love

SUMMER JOURNEY; SALT LAKE CITY UTAH IN JESUS NAME

Good Evening,
I pray this message finds everyone safe and in good health... We returned to our home base just a handful of days ago after seeking out disenfranchised communities throughout the US in Jesus's Name. In our long, eventful journey this summer across the North and Southwest, we met so many members of our American Family who had become homeless for various, heartbreaking reasons, but who had the most positive and humble spirits in spite of their circumstances. They were very thankful for any help given - even for just a warm smile or listening ear. One of the cities where we found this spirit in so many was Salt Lake City, Utah. We were thankful to return to this city after traveling there in previous cross-country trips. We were truly moved by two police officers we met while there. They were not only genuinely looking out for the good of the city, but also for the homeless to make sure they were safe in the park where they were permitted to stay and rest. While traveling across our Great Country in Jesus's Name, we've met countless police officers. ALL of them have been very kind, informative, and willing to help us - whether with directions or in answering our questions about their community. Here are a few of our memories from a handful of weeks ago. God Bless the Great Folks of Salt Lake City...

Take Care and God Bless

REMEMBERING OUR 911 HEROES IN JESUS’S NAME...

Good Afternoon,

As people live out this day, countless are stopping and taking time to reflect on what occurred on this date almost 20 years ago... Undeniably, there were many extraordinary, normal Americans who laid down their lives, fighting to the last second on that fate-filled day, to preserve the liberties and freedoms that we all have under God. These beautiful, countless souls have already been SELFLESSLY making AMERICA GREAT FOR CENTURIES... UNDER GOD THROUGHOUT EVERY ERA OF TIME... Help!ComeHome! Team Members stopped to humbly pay our respects to our American family members on Flight 93. Thank God for the National Flight 93 Memorial and the wonderful park curator, Rosanne Croyle, as well as the team of park rangers there. May The Good Lord bless you all... Please take a moment and reflect on the true heroes of our dear country, those precious hidden ones who quietly, lovingly, and beautifully take a stand without hesitation whenever needed and without any prejudices...

Take care of yourselves and each other.
God Bless.

JOURNEY INTO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST AND NORTHERN US... ONGOING WORK IN FLINT, MICHIGAN… AMEN

Good evening to my American family,
HCH is in the last leg of a most wonderful, joyful, tearful, and at times heart-wrenching journey. It began in the Pacific Northwest in Oregon, where my childhood friend and brother for life, Bobby Baker, lives with his beautiful family... From there we went into many towns and cities for missionary work in Jesus's Name. By God's Graces we were able to return to Flint, Michigan to see for ourselves how things had progressed since the Water Crisis... Things are moving along, but sadly at a snail's pace for the lower middle-class and poorest areas... just as our American families there were humble and thankful the first time we came, this time it was a beautiful thing to arrive unannounced and give them what is most needed: WATER - A FREE GIFT FROM GOD TO ALL MEN. Here are some memories in pictures...

Special, special thanks to the Walmart Team at Corunna Rd in Flint, Michigan. A shout out to Candy, Bree, Brice, Kevin, Chris, and above all, James Kelley, the Manager. Great thanks also to Brittney, Assistant Director of the Flint Salvation Army; the Flint U Haul Company; the Manager of IHOP; and everyone else I may have failed to mention! Simply wonderful... All my love to my American family in Flint, Michigan... We will NEVER forget about you!!!

Take care of each other and God bless,

MISSIONARY WORKS CONTINUE... NYC IN JESUS'S NAME

Good Afternoon,

I can only pray that this message finds everyone well... In the past few months, Help!ComeHome! has traveled deep into America's Heartland, attended and organized events, and performed intakes that have helped countless souls. One of the most memorable trips was to New York City to with New York Cares: Food First, an organization that distributes food to the poor and homeless in Jesus’s Name. Here are some of our special memories from this Blessed Occasion! Many Special Thanks to Mark Shelton, Lynnette Nicholas, Sarah Cooper, Renee Anderson and her wonderful husband Leon, Coleen Mayo, Allen Ramsey, William Graves, Teshaunah Mayo, Antonio Peppers, Michelle Impey, Thomas Cooper, Evon Cooper, and many others who came forward in Jesus’s Name working behind the scenes... I thank The Dear Lord...

God Bless and Be Safe...

Alison (Ellie) Mayo
Chairwoman

TERROR AND TRAGEDY ON AMERICAN SOIL...

Good Morning to Our Dear American Family,

Our hearts are heavy and our heads stay bowed before The Lord because tragedy after tragedy and judgement have become more common place. IN THIS YEAR ALONE, LET US REMEMBER: Dayton, Ohio - 10 Precious Souls; El Paso, Texas - 20 Precious Souls; Gilroy, California - 4 Precious Souls; Virginia Beach, Virginia - 13 Precious Souls; Highlands Ranch, Colorado - 1 Precious Soul; Charlotte, North Carolina - 2 Precious Souls; Poway, California - 1 Precious Soul; Aurora, Illinois - 6 Precious Souls; Houston, Texas - 2 Precious Souls; Ascension Parish and Livingston Parish, Louisiana - 5 Precious Souls; and Sebring, Florida - 5 Precious Souls!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is not including the COUNTLESS AMERICANS WHO HAVE BEEN WOUNDED and WHO HAVE SUFFERED LOSS OF LOVED ONES... Think about your day-to-day grudges that you think are so great between you and others. Before God, we all need to lay aside the day-to-day "riff stuff" and depend on The Lord and each other to get through these times of peril. Save your energies and frustrations to fight an ever-looming enemy that you cannot always see with your natural eyes... HOME GROWN TERRORISTS... we are all part of this American Family under God and EVERYONE, EVEN THE ONES YOU MAY THINK ARE THE WORST OF THE WORST, CAN USE A PRAYER... Prayers and much Love for the Household of Faith and Our American Family in Jesus Name without ceasing... Blessed be all the countless and nameless Americans who continually have come out to stand firmly yet peaceably against the force of Evil that has stepped out of the shadows and is rearing its head more and more in this country... Amen.

2019 MIDSUMMER UPDATE!

Good Afternoon!

I pray this message finds you well... The year is half over and our board members have been through several heartbreaks. We have also stood in solidarity with our American brothers and sisters during their times of seemingly endless sorrow... We have been busy plugging away at our set agenda in Jesus Name... One yearly journey we take is with Pastor Scott Shelton and his Beautiful Wife Gail from the Apopka Florida Ministry. We accompany their team to Costa Rica on a missionary journey to do the Lord's Work. We help humble, grateful souls with prayers, love, food, furniture, clothing, health care, and home repair (just as we do with countless souls for our American Family). Above all, we help show the way to The Lord Jesus and His Kingdom. We are just flying in from this very life-changing and heart-wrenching Road... Here are some of our memories in pictures... Take Care and God Bless...

A WORD FROM THE CHAIRWOMAN...

Good Afternoon,

It most certainly, without question has been a very long, sorrow-filled month and a half for many members in our Organization, but the Work of The Lord must go forward. Even through our time of mourning, we never stopped taking crisis calls or helping out folks from all walks of life. We will be getting back to the agenda that was set at the beginning of the year and try to cover as much as we are able. We love and thank everyone from the bottom of our hearts for their continued prayers and words of strength and support as we go forward in Jesus’s Name!

Godspeed,

Alison (Ellie) Mayo

Chairwoman

Remembering a Beloved Brother

Dear HCH,

I wish I were writing with better news. Some of you have already heard, but many of our volunteers and our entire board suffered another devastating loss this weekend in the sudden and unexpected death of another family member. This man was not only a Man of God, but also a beloved brother, parent, uncle, and cousin. He was known for his love of God, his ability to share his faith, and his generosity and kindness toward those in need.

We appreciate your understanding as we mourn yet another loss. We now expect an approximately 30-day delay to our itinerary. We will do our best to keep the calendar updated with the most recent changes to our schedule.

We are forever grateful to our entire American and international team for their support, prayers, and sympathy. It makes a big difference to know that people care.

Remembering a Beloved Sister

Good afternoon, America,

I hope this message finds each of you dry, warm, and safe. Our team suffered a devastating loss yesterday with the death of a beloved sister, cousin, and friend. As we rally our forces together to stand with our family in this time of deep need, we’ll have to shift our focus away from some of this year’s projects previously underway. We expect a 3 week delay for most of our plans, including our mission trips to NYC, Philadelphia, and the lower eastern seaboard.

We appreciate your prayers and understanding as we tend to the needs of our brothers and sisters and remember the legacy of an extraordinary woman who withstood injustice against the innocent in Jesus’s Name. It has been a particularly difficult loss for our chairwoman and several of our board members and volunteers. They were her blood-relatives and family members within the Household of Faith.

We are grateful to you, our American family, for your continued support of our work - whether through your hands’ on participation or through your thoughts and prayers from a distance.

Please try to take time to see your loved ones in person if you can - not through an electronic screen. That’s the way God meant it to be. You never know what a day might bring.

UPDATES 2019!!! =)

Good Afternoon,

Help!ComeHome! has covered a lot of ground already this year in Jesus’s Name abroad, here in the New England states, as well as in NYC working with New York Cares... Team members also brought a load of water and goods to a few shelters in Florida... Thank God for these gracious folks! The woman who won the billion dollar lottery prize has dedicated a portion of her win to helping Alabama... That allows so many charities like ours to help out some of the other many endless middle class communities that make up small town America... Follow us as we prepare for our spring and summer excursions back to NYC, Philadelphia, and the Mid-Atlantic states. In June, we will also be going on the yearly journey to Costa Rica, headed up by Pastor Scott Shelton and his wife Gail. If you have any questions about our work or would like to join us in our efforts, don't hesitate to reach out! We would love to have you on board!

Take Care and God Bless!

BROTHERLY LOVE IN GIVING

Good Afternoon,

As we all walk into what seems to be a future of great uncertainty for many Americans, I pray that everyone would stop for a moment to count your blessings, no matter how small or large. So many at this time are without a roof over their heads, have no adequate food on their tables, or suffer from failing health without any insurance or hope. Some are even without clean clothes. Countless others are unable to make ends meet as a result of jobs being taken over by robot technology. Right here in America, many are without clean water!! The list goes on and on before God and increases day after day... no matter where you are, remember to help the less fortunate if you truly have something to give... No one has walked one mile in anyone's shoes and judgement is God's.

Take Care and God Bless,


The Team At Help!ComeHome!

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WORK IN THE NORTHEAST MARCHES ONWARD IN JESUS NAME!

Good Evening,
By the Grace of God, Help!ComeHome!’s efforts have mainly been focused the in Northeast. In the past few months, we’ve brought our love, prayers, hope, food, and bill relief to countless hearts in our American Family... We’ve also lent a helping handing to many of our dear school Departments... This summer we will be leaving on our yearly journey into various cities and towns across America... Our love, tears, and prayers go out to Alabama, where we are planning an emergency trip.

Special Thanks to Sarah Cooper, Mark Shelton, Karen Howe, Coleen Mayo, Michelle Impey, Lynnette Nicholas, Terry Flower, Carolyn Thomas, Rossine Mayo, Matthew Walsh, Allen Ramsay, Darla Dee Gould, and Renee Anderson 🙏❤️

HONORING OUR CORE VOLUNTEERS!

Good Afternoon,

I pray this message finds everyone well. Here at Help!ComeHome! we always try to honor our very own "Minuteman." They are a special group of volunteers who lay down their lives continuously and effortlessly for our American family in Jesus’s Name whenever called... Beautiful love and thanks to our core team: Lynnette Nicholas, Karen Howe, Renee Anderson, Melba Martell, Rossine Mayo, Coleen Eagan Mayo, Michelle Impey, Mark Shelton, Antonio Peppers, Allen Ramsay, Carolyn Thomas, Matthew Walsh, Darla Dee Gould, Alice Derochemont Richardson, Michael Damour, Sarah Cooper. Many thanks also to Terry Risden, Larae Cantave, Kevin Murphy, Mike De La Cruz, Terry Flower, Bear Freeman, Keri Gauthier, Thomas Cooper, and Shawn Day, who are always ready to lend a helping hand when needed. Also, a great nod to our beloved Chairwoman Ellie (Alison) Mayo, who humbly makes sure everything runs like a well oiled machine at all times with a cross on her back... Thank God for all of the many volunteers who come to help when they are able... Thanks also to Dan Mayo and Nancy Bardsley. Also, a special love in remembrance of all the team members working tirelessly behind the scenes... God bless one and all.

THE NEW YEAR AND FUTURE AHEAD... AMEN

Good Morning America!
As everyone walks into the future of yet another year, please remember to visit, see, love, and physically reach out and hug those that are near and dear to you. Please spend quality time with those whom you highly regard in your hearts... Artificial Intelligence is a wonderful tool when seeking your loved ones out, when trying to help people from a distance, or when reconnecting with those you haven't seen in years.... But please do not EVER forget that human contact and interaction is a gift from God. More and more with younger generations, this gift is being lost to machines... Help!ComeHome!, no matter how long it takes, tries to help countless souls in need by using vehicle which was here in the beginning of mankind: love through human contact... That which seems tedious is actually the way normal life is and was meant to be. It will always be the perfect way for us... God bless everyone no matter which way you choose or have chosen... If you choose the robots, God Bless You. If you choose the way it was in the beginning, God bless you. God bless one and all... You are in our thoughts, hearts, and prayers… Amen

REMEMBERING AT ALL TIMES THE PLIGHT OF THE WEARY AND DOWNTRODDEN IN AMERICA...

Good Afternoon One and All,

Thank God for anyone who has the blessing of being surrounded by loved ones or having a roof over your heads and food on your tables every day of the year, especially during your seasonal celebrations... Some Americans aren't that blessed and must depend on the kindness of others due to horrible circumstances through fate.... This is how some of our beloved American family who are still feeling from natural disasters are living through these times... In tent cities... Thank God For the patient love of the Panama City Police, the love of the nonprofit Samaritan's Purse, the love of Pastor Andrews of Panama City, and the steadfastness of Trisha Brown from Tallahassee, who represents the Florida Poor People's Campaign Assoc. God Bless them and countless others... 😔🙏🏾

Take Care and God Bless

WISHING OUR AMERICAN FAMILY THE BEST AT ALL TIMES.....

Good Morning to All!

I sincerely hope before God that everyone is feeling loved, safe, blessed, and with those they truly care for as they go forth celebrating their own personal holiday... Savor every moment with your loved ones no matter what day it is... Never forget the blessing of being on American soil.... and whether you have a lot or a little, Thank God you are not in a country such as this trying to live and celebrate ❤️ Please remember our own citizens recovering from natural disasters!!

Take Care and Be Safe ☮️

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HCH TRAVELING THROUGH SOUTHERN AMERICA AND HURRICANE AFFECTED AREAS

Good Afternoon,
The Charity has been working in areas of the US ravaged by Hurricanes. Here, we have given our love, our time, our tithes, and a truck load of supplies. The aftermath, clean-up, and rebuilding is just in its infancy stages. It’s truly heartbreaking... Many people take so much for granted. You never know what a day might bring as we each walk in our lives before The Lord... anyone could find themselves facing a tragedy such as this... you just don't know.... We will dedicate our next posts to our American family affected in these areas... The press brings so much to its viewers and readers, thank God, but there's nothing like the naked eye, hearing stories, giving hope, and drying tears along the journey in the Name of the Great King...

God Bless and Take Care

WORKING TOGETHER WITH THE PINE STREET INN!

Good Evening!
As this year winds down, many people find themselves without homes, jobs, a car, their health… the list goes on and on. Nonprofits and charities are now needed more than ever before. Every year, HCH partners with various organizations but none makes quite an impact in New England like The Pine Street Inn in Boston, which Aids 1000's of Americans every year. Here are some memories from when we recently worked together with their volunteers. God Bless and Take Care... Special Thanks to Terry Flower, Darla Dee Gould, Alice Derochemont Richardson, Allen Ramsay, Mark Shelton, Sarah Cooper, Lynnette Nicholas (me lol), Tony Peppers, Karen Howe, Carolyn Thomas, and Coleen Mayo and our Wonderful Chairwoman: Ellie Mayo

HCH and Burlington Stores

Good Evening, America!

For those of you who don't know, Help!ComeHome! has been chosen to become a Community Partner of Burlington Stores (formerly Burlington Coat Factory). Burlington Stores provide both new and gently used clothing to the nonprofit organizations with whom they partner; HCH is now qualified to receive donations from the 524 nonprofit organizations within their charity network.

This new partnership will help us to continue in our mission to meet the needs of the homeless, destitute, and afflicted in the Name of Jesus.

Burlington Stores have already given us a literal truckload of new winter clothing items, kitchen supplies, and other assorted merchandise to distribute in our annual winter outreach efforts. Many of these items will go directly to hurricane victims in Florida and the Carolinas.

Take a look at some pictures of the HCH crew at the Burlington Store opening and ribbon cutting ceremony :-) Many thanks to all of our volunteers!!

Shout out to Mark Shelton, Allen Ramsay, Michelle I. Mayo, Coleen Mayo, Larae Cantave, Darla Dee-Gould, Alice DeRochemont, Shayna DeRochemont, Terry Flower, Lynnette Nicholas, Karen Howe, Renee Anderson, Carolyn Thomas, Mike Damour, Kevin Murphy, Matthew Walsh, Terry Risden, Evon Cooper, Sarah Cooper, and of course our chairwoman, Ellie Mayo.