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Horses help vets see 'your yesterday is not your tomorrow'

Dec 13, 2017

As a combat medic in Iraq and Afghanistan, Donnie Gist saw the horrors of war firsthand. Back in the States after deployment, Gist's two sisters died a day apart. The trauma was almost too much to bear. "I was very depressed and had no way to channel my emotions," Gist says, "but I had heard...

Canton translator loves giving others 'a light of hope'

Dec 13, 2017

When Miguel Santiesteban moved to the US four years ago from Barranquilla, Colombia, he learned firsthand what it was like to be immersed in a culture that speaks a different language. But his godmother started bringing him to MUST when she came to volunteer. Now Miguel is giving back by...

Honoring and serving veterans

Dec 12, 2017

We heal better when we share the journey with others – and veterans in MUST’s supportive housing now can have more fun together thanks to The Home Depot Foundation, which donated a grill, patio heater, picnic tables, outdoor games and a storage shed for our veterans housing in Marietta. Everything...

Please help us today to spread the word about #GivingTuesday!

Nov 27, 2017

  Friends, we have an amazing opportunity tomorrow (11/28) to boost MUST Ministries in social media. 2017 GT InstagramThis year, Georgia Gives Day has moved to Giving Tuesday, which is a global social media event that can introduce MUST to an audience far wider than we have ever had before. We’re...

Ga Gives Day moves to Giving Tuesday

Nov 09, 2017

MUST Ministries’ annual Georgia Gives Day campaign is getting a major upgrade as the statewide initiative joins forces with the growing worldwide phenomenon of Giving Tuesday. MUST’s campaign page, where donations will be made, is located here. MUST’s hashtag for the campaign is...

Health fair helps 70 homeless

Sep 22, 2017

For people living in homelessness, healthcare resources are a desperate need. Twice a year, MUST offers screenings and basic services to try to help stabilize diabetes, lower cholesterol, provide healthy diet information and check vision, for instance. The Sept. 21 event at the Elizabeth Inn Shelter was open to...

Marty Wilkes: Finding a way back

Sep 14, 2017

Marty Wilkes spent most of his career as a pastor and owner of a successful freight logistics company operating 82 trucks. He lived in South Georgia, raised three children and later followed them to Cobb County when they attended Kennesaw State University. His life sounds ideal until he begins to share the...

A creative director gave up...but MUST didn't

Sep 14, 2017

Jasmina Jovic thought she had gone from fashion to failure. With a master's degree in textiles, an impressive career and success managing fashion design, she never dreamed she would be jobless, depressed and barely hanging on. But she was. While attending a support group, someone suggested she...

MUST opens 25th school food pantry to serve at-risk students

Aug 31, 2017

August 25, 2017 — In a continued effort to reach more school children and their families in need, MUST Save It Forward is opening its 25th school food pantry at Floyd Middle School in South Cobb. The new pantry was dedicated Aug. 28. MUST serves an estimated 2,900 students and their...

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