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It has been my privilege to serve

It has been my privilege and tremendous honor to serve Union Mission Ministries as its President/CEO since 1989. As a native West Virginian, I was excited when God led the Board of Directors to issue [...]

May 1st, 2017|Categories: From Rex's Desk|Comments Off on It has been my privilege to serve

Volunteers are the lifeblood of Union Mission

With April being the first month of spring two events are especially celebrated and highlighted at Union Mission this month. First, we remember God’s amazing grace and love in sending His only begotten Son to [...]

April 1st, 2017|Categories: From Rex's Desk|Comments Off on Volunteers are the lifeblood of Union Mission

Focus on Love

Love is an emotional need in the heart and life of every person. Love begins at birth with a mother/child relationship and continues to cry out for fulfillment throughout one’s entire life. As we at [...]

January 25th, 2017|Categories: From Rex's Desk|Comments Off on Focus on Love

Feeding People is What We Do

“We Feed People, It’s What We Do”! It’s more than a motto! This is woven into every aspect of our programs, services and mission. We feed people physically, and spiritually. It’s been said that the [...]

November 3rd, 2016|Categories: From Rex's Desk|Comments Off on Feeding People is What We Do

Addiction is a fire

Addiction is an all-consuming fire, which ignites its passion in every aspect of individuals’ body, mind and soul. It is not a respecter of persons in regard to age, gender, culture, race or social economic class. [...]

October 6th, 2016|Categories: From Rex's Desk|Comments Off on Addiction is a fire

What kind of people frequent the mission?

We often have a “mindset” or preconceived idea of what kind of individual we would think would frequent a mission. We imagine a person who struggles with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, or someone who [...]

September 1st, 2016|Categories: From Rex's Desk|Comments Off on What kind of people frequent the mission?