Steve Grabosch, Founder
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Email: steve@adullamoutreach.com
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In 1990 while in Dallas, TX, our Founder, Steve Grabosch, experienced inner city outreach and urban Christian culture development through his involvement with a small cooperative community of Christian artists and inner city missionaries surrounding a business/ministry known as The Prophet Bar, which ultimately gave birth to The Door (the largest Christian club in America).

"A desire to help facilitate a similar outreach community in my hometown of Milwaukee led to a move and a long list of volunteer pursuits and lasting ministry relationships, which have built a solid network and provided locally specialized ministry experience," he says. "My active involvement with SHALOM ministries, Hope Street, South Side Ministries, and Life Church as well as several other churches and faith-based organizations has grown to necessitate a larger and more strategically located home base of operations."

This led Steve on a 6 year property search until he and his wife Priscilla met representatives of Vogel Bros. Building Co., the owners of a vacant warehouse on 30th Street, in Spring of 2008. This relationship has since become more of a partnership to improve this neighborhood on the North side, where poverty has ravaged the residents since the downhill slide of the Industrial Corridor in Milwaukee. Since 2010, Adullam Outreach now exists to bring hope to the people residing in the 4th poorest city in the nation.

"I am eager to use all that God has graciously placed in my life to efficiently affect lasting and productive change in areas of greatest need." --Steve Grabosch, Founder