In July of 2002, Marlene Yeo met with Doug Stringer at The Call New York prayer gathering. As they talked Doug asked about the mission the Lord sent her on in Haverhill, Massachusetts. Marlene shared it all began with watching one of the Sentinel Group’s transformation videos. Doug gave language to what she felt in her heart…he said, “the Lord has given you His heart for the city and the DNA for city transformation. In her own words, she says, “All I could do was blubber like a baby.” Doug affirmed Marlene’s vision and calling, and in less than a year Somebody Cares New England was born. Read more!
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