Camille Sciscoe arrived at the Gospel Rescue Mission after a series of incidents that led her to near homelessness.
In 2013 she was divorced and moved back to Illinois to live with her Mother who died in 2014. In July she had a nervous breakdown due to family issues, which caused her to arrive in Muskogee to live with her best friend who kicked her out in November.
Her case manager at Green Country Behavioral Health referred her to the Gospel Rescue Mission.
“In November I walked into the Gospel Rescue Mission feeling as low as a person could feel, scared and bawling my eyes out,” Sciscoe said.
Other women residing at the mission welcomed her with open arms. “They consoled me and told me that they’ve all been where I was and that I was really in a good place.”
The night she arrived at the mission was mandatory chapel night. “I hadn’t been in church since 2014. Watching my mother die really shook my faith in God and I kind of got mad at Him,” Sciscoe said.
During chapel services she felt really guilty and that God was really dealing with her. “A conviction came over me and I knew I had to find a church.” She ended up attending Celebrate Recovery.
By attending meetings at the mission and Celebrate Recovery she has learned to deal with her ex-husband’s emotional abuse.
“For the first time in a long time I have a family — a Gospel Rescue Mission family,” Sciscoe said. “I don’t have a mom, dad and my aunt’s are all gone.”
After losing her family of origin, the thought of losing her new family is something she doesn’t want to think about.
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