The Rumbley's - Founders of CARE Tallahassee
Bob and Mary Rumbley are retired career employees who worked with the Social Security Disability agency. The Rumbley's began visiting prisons a year before they retired in 2004. Working with others who shared their concern, they began the plans to establish a "home" where men could go when they were released into society. The Rumbley's and friend Joe Elliott were instrumental in founding CARE in 2005. In addition to meeting physical needs, CARE is a place where men can learn what it means to experience a spiritual relationship with Jesus Christ and begin a process of transformation. The Rumbley's enjoy being in a Christian discipleship ministry that helps men apply God's Word in their daily lives. Bob is the CARE Tallahassee Director.
Glenn Burns - Executive Director of Good Samaritan Network
Pastor Glenn answered a call to full-time vocational ministry in the spring of 1999. Almost immediately he was drawn in to the work at the Haven of Rest Rescue Mission. Sometimes the road has been very hard, as when his wife Nancy died of cancer one year after he began working at the Haven. Sometimes the road has brought joy such as when the Lord brought his new “Proverbs 31” wife Beth to work beside him. Through all his circumstances, the Lord has remained faithful and the call has remained clear: to help the hurting, the helpless, and the hopeless whom the Lord sends to him. Through more than ten years of vocational ministry the Lord has molded and shaped Pastor Glenn’s life. He is happy to be serving as the full time Executive Director of Good Samaritan Network and full time servant of the Lord.