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September 26, 1993 | ERIN J. AUBRY
Leading a tour last week of the new facilities of Bondage Busters, Pastor Charles Hudson said the day's grand opening was nothing short of a miracle. "We had no money to do this, but here we are," said Hudson, walking through hallways filled with art and the smell of fresh paint. "Everybody said there was no way we could get this far. Well, I'm more than happy to stand here and be able to prove them wrong."
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December 25, 1994 | ERIN J. AUBRY
Bondage Busters, the homeless services organization that not long ago was flying high with spacious new quarters and ambitious programs, finds itself homeless this holiday season. Bondage Busters founder and director Charles Hudson had been hoping to work out an arrangement with property owner Robert Wilson since the organization shut down four months ago, but a change in tenants is most likely to happen next month.
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NEWS
December 25, 1994 | ERIN J. AUBRY
Bondage Busters, the homeless services organization that not long ago was flying high with spacious new quarters and ambitious programs, finds itself homeless this holiday season. Bondage Busters founder and director Charles Hudson had been hoping to work out an arrangement with property owner Robert Wilson since the organization shut down four months ago, but a change in tenants is most likely to happen next month.
NEWS
September 26, 1993 | ERIN J. AUBRY
Leading a tour last week of the new facilities of Bondage Busters, Pastor Charles Hudson said the day's grand opening was nothing short of a miracle. "We had no money to do this, but here we are," said Hudson, walking through hallways filled with art and the smell of fresh paint. "Everybody said there was no way we could get this far. Well, I'm more than happy to stand here and be able to prove them wrong."
NEWS
November 22, 1992 | ERIN J. AUBRY
When you're homeless, down and out, or just in need of life's necessities, who you gonna call? Bondage Busters! This serious-minded effort with a funny name is out to bust homelessness and destitution on Los Angeles streets. The brainchild of a 46-year-old Pacoima-based pastor, Charles Hudson, Bondage Busters is driven by Hudson's simple philosophy of ministering to the needy in their element: the streets. "We should deal with the people, like Jesus," Hudson said. "Everyone deserves treatment.
NEWS
November 22, 1992 | ERIN J. AUBRY
When you're homeless, down and out, or just in need of life's necessities, who you gonna call? Bondage Busters! This serious-minded effort with a funny name is out to bust homelessness and destitution on Los Angeles streets. The brainchild of a 46-year-old Pacoima-based pastor, Charles Hudson, Bondage Busters is driven by Hudson's simple philosophy of ministering to the needy in their element: the streets. "We should deal with the people, like Jesus," Hudson said. "Everyone deserves treatment.
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