Mission Possible exists to holistically meet human needs in Christ's name through two primary mechanisms:

  • We offer free healthcare for adults who are completely uninsured and unable to afford care elsewhere.  This includes medical, dental, vision, physical therapy, chiropractic, occupational therapy, diabetes education, biblical counseling, and speech therapy.
  • We offer a Christian Recovery Fellowship Hall for clean and sober men who are looking for a safe gathering place to grow in their walk with Christ.  This includes Bible study, fellowship, mentoring, discipleship, life skill training, job coaching, and a host of other support services that help men transition well into productive God-honoring members of society.


Whether entering our facility for healthcare or recovery services, we exist to minister "holistically" by simultaneously addressing physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.  Through the hands of our 100% volunteer staff, it is our goal to demonstrate a tangible expression of Christ's love to those we serve.  Time and time again, we have seen how the meeting of physical needs creates an incredible spring-board for the Gospel of Jesus Christ and an open door for deeper soul care.  

Each and every day, we open the ministry with these goals in mind:


Point people to Christ no matter their circumstance.


Point people to the next step in their personal faith walk.


Point people to needed resources at our facility or within the community.


Give God all the glory for His Kingdom work!


“All things are possible to the one who believes.”

Mark 9:23  |  Jesus



Founded by Gary and Linda Baer, the doors of Mission Possible opened on February 3, 2012 at 63 S. Broadway.  With only $15,000 of the $120,000 launch goal in hand, they took a huge leap of faith simply realizing they "couldn't not do it" in light of the journey the Lord had set them on.  Little did they know, the remainder of the funding would come through in-kind donations.  A host of volunteers subsequently rallied to make Mission Possible.  It would be only two and a half years until the growth of the healthcare and recovery ministries would necessitate expansion.  Disturbed by the tenants selling drug paraphernalia next door, they prayed God's light would overcome the darkness.  Less than one year later, the "head shop" at 61 S. Broadway was turned into a "soul shop!"  Since June 16, 2014, this location has been home for recovery services at the Christian Recovery Fellowship Hall.  To this day, by the grace of God, Mission Possible continues to be supported entirely by a volunteer staff and private funding.  To learn more about the journey that could only be scripted by an almighty and sovereign God, click the video link below.


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