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Broken Hearts Ministry | Focusing on relational evangelism to share Christ with the broken-hearted - Part 2

1. A Home Doesn’t End the Homelessness Struggle

For the past 3 years, Broken Hearts volunteers have given Ken relational support on his journey to ending his homelessness. We’ve had the opportunity to help him connect to professional services, as well as a male mentor, both of which have played a crucial role in ending his 10 years without a place to call home. However, getting housed is never the end of the struggle. It has not been an easy road for Ken since finding a place to live – loneliness and tight finances cause daily...

2. White as Snow

On the last Thursday of every month we host a laundry ministry event called White as Snow. We invite the community to bring their clothes, and we provide the quarters, detergent, donated clothes, and a warm meal. Schedule of Events: 9:30pm – Volunteers Arrive 10:00pm – First load of  laundry, followed by worship &  Bible study/message 10:45 – Second load of laundry, followed by dinner & fellowship 12:00 – Clean Up How to Help: Volunteers to help visitors with...

3. Get Trained: Street Ministry 101

Psychology, Christian faith, and Experience combine for a 4-week class to help you engage in serving the homeless and overlooked…

4. Get Involved

Have you heard about what Broken Hearts is doing in Hollywood and want to play a part? From one-time events to financial support to joining a street team, there are many opportunities for you to use your gifts and passions here….

5. Stories from Santa Monica Blvd

Read some of the stories and insights from our Street Team nights on the boulevard in Hollywood…
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February Newsletter

February Newsletter

Our latest newsletter is out now! Check out what we’ve been up to and how you can get involved.
2012 Year End Recap

2012 Year End Recap

Take a glance at the last year – what was accomplished, how God brought healing, and the part you played!

The Mission in Our Backyard

Typical missionaries as the American church tends to think of  them live overseas. They come home to the U.S. for sabbatical to get some rest and relaxation, see family, and recharge for return to the mission...

November Prayer Requests

Praise Reports: Our second annual fundraising dinner was a great success with more people catching the vision of Broken Hearts. We raised $8700. Also, Tim & Jody, who own the laundromat where we host White...

Annual Fundraiser Dinner Recap

We had a blast at our  Annual Fundraiser Dinner! It was a joy to share a meal with friends and supporters and celebrate what God has done through Broken Heart Ministry this year and what we hope to see in the...

September Prayer Requests

  Praise!!! White as Snow last month was amazing, full of people and volunteers, and we did a great painting project for the fundraiser. Love seeing the community grow!  General Requests:  Please pray...


Lucy is a sweet-spirited white woman, probably in her 50’s, with a bushel of greying hair and a quiet demeanor. If it weren’t for the ragged sweats, bags, and flattened cardboard box she uses to...

One of the craziest nights

That was one of the craziest nights I’ve had in a while… No, not in the “we got so wasted” kind of way, but in the “this is ministry” kind of way. At the beginning of the night I posted on...

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Broken Hearts

Broken Hearts is a street level ministry that exists to meet the relational, spiritual and physical needs of the broken-hearted living and working on the streets.

We ultimately dream to see cities transformed and broken lives holistically restored by the love of Jesus Christ through the participation of the local Church.

From approximately 10pm to 1am, we hang out on the street in an effort to build relationships and "have church" with those who live and work there.

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A Home Doesn’t End the Homelessness Struggle