Today I get to introduce you to our NEW Recovery Program Manager: Mike Murray!

With Mike as the Recovery Program Manager and Ricky Wade as the Spiritual Counselor, we are looking at a POWERFUL recovery program, run by people who used to be homeless and struggle with addiction.

Mike is a walking miracle.

He started drinking in the 9th grade and didn’t stop until he was a 50-year-old addict, living on the streets of San Francisco. But thanks to God, loving Christians, and City Team’s Rehab program, Mike has 7 years clean and sober and spends his free time helping others deal with their addictions through mentorship and sponsorship.

If you’d like to hear Mike’s story and plans for the rehab program, watch this interview I did with him ⬆️

We’ve raised 53% of the funds we need to launch Homeless to Healthy!!

This happened just the other week and we are absolutely blown away!! This program is already half way funded!!! God is working! We have the staff picked out, the curriculum is being developed, and we’re looking for a small building or house to rent (if you are aware of any, let me know!).

This program is going to change people’s lives and you are going to watch it happen.

Thank you for all you do to support us.

God bless,


We are in need of volunteer cooks and drivers. The cooks help us prepare the food and the drivers help us deliver it. Both roles are VERY important and rely on someone being able to show up 1 – 3 times a month. A role like this will make you feel like you are a part of Street Life. People will get to know you, you will make friends, and your heart will be warmed (that’s a promise).

If you’re interested in helping with one of those positions, fill out this form and select the option “Drive Food Van” or “Prepare Food”.

Kev’s Korner

2022 is upon us !!! Y’all might wanna top off your coffee cups and get comfortable, because I got some thoughts.

First off, I’m always surprised I’ve made it another year. Seriously. I never really thought I’d make it through my 20’s. I was doing stuff back then that I doubt I’ll ever tell anyone. It was crazy. When I was 18, I got my first “real” tattoo – it was just my initials on my right bicep – but it was WHY I got it that was sobering. I wanted them to be able to identify my body so my mother would at least know what happened to me. Anyways, the point being that I never expected to make it this far. I really didn’t. But I have, and whether it be by hook, or by crook, it would appear I’ve made it to another milestone. 2022. Wow…

I think I finally found my stride in 2021. I really do. Especially at Street Life. Figured out some of this “Leadership” thing. Things at the RWC lot are running high and tight, and so smooth. We’ve got the right folks doing the right things the right way, and it’s really showing. The Security team is working effectively, and I’m really proud of it. The 3 of us work well together and it makes the nights run nice n’ orderly…

There’s an awful lot of “Thank you’s” that need to be said to an awful lot of people that helped Street Life do our thing in 2021. First and foremost would be to all our volunteers – without them, we would cease to function. From our cooks, to our drivers, to our servers – you are the very best. We appreciate you all so much. Next would be to our donors – thank you for sharing our vision !!! Thank you for helping us climb the million dollar mountain in our quest to get a recovery program launched!!! We still have a few months left on the million dollar match deal, too!!! If you’ve never donated before, we have a deal where every dollar donated gets matched. If you donate by check, you gotta write “Homeless to Healthy or H2H” in the memo area, okay?

I guess, in the long and short of it, that 2021 had WAY more highs than lows. Sounds like a good year to me.

Lord, I just want to say thanks. Thanks for a pretty cool year. Thanks for watching over me and showing me there are better ways to do everything. Thanks for always being there when I needed You. I know I deserve less than nothing, yet You died on the Cross for the Sins of all. Father, be with us all as we go forward into the new year. Bring us ever closer to Your Warm Embrace. In Your Glorious Name I pray. Amen.

See you on the streets.