At the same time that the Tatus agreed to accept a second location, God prompted some folks at a suburban church to do something for people in the inner city. So, they began looking for a site upon which to begin a free medical clinic for the uninsured. Many "God-incidents" not only brought this group & Harvest House together, but also some dedicated volunteers who captured the vision for a free health center and energetically moved it into fruition. Good Neighbors now comes under the umbrella of Harvest House Ministries, but we are grateful to the friends who gave Good Neighbors its beginning and financially supported the early years of the ministry.
We envision a future where the volunteer providers and staff provide full-time comprehensive health care with expanded services such as physical and occupational therapy, health-related educational workshops, exercise classes and more.
In reflecting on this opportunity, we are only stifled by our own creativity and with God's help this project can be a model for interdenominational and community involvement for the betterment and welfare of the City of Buffalo. Together we can show the love of Jesus to this underserved area.
"Come to the edge," He said. They said, "We can't, we're afraid."
"Come to the edge," He said. "We can't, we will fall."
"Come to the edge," He said. So they came, and He pushed them.