Since the late 1800s, the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions (AGRM) and its forerunners have been providing information, training, resources, and public relations for urban ministry leaders. Today, we’re still assisting those who help the hungry, homeless, abused, and addicted in Jesus’ name—but in a whole new way.

If you need help to locate an overnight shelter, recovery program, or maybe just a place where someone will listen to your story and give counsel, you’ll find it here. If you represent an urban ministry and desire affiliation, you’ve come to the right place. We also have press releases and contacts for the media, historical and statistical information for students doing research, and connection opportunities for businesses that have products and services missions need.

And if you are interested in knowing more about Jesus’ mandate regarding desperate and destitute people—your Invisible Neighbors, if you will—AGRM is your treasure trove. Check out the links on this page, or email us. We would be happy to help.

John Ashmen

Read John's interview in
The New Evangelicals.