It’s August 11, 2005. The hot summer sun is bearing down outside. Inside, a group of volunteers are gathered around a table. They’re concerned about the future of their organization. Finally, a leader speaks up and draws a figurative line in the sand.
“Christopher Tomlin told our board meeting that we either move forward or we move backward, but that Methodist Homes cannot exist as it was on that day.” Methodist Homes Chairman Robert McKee recalled recently.