As a part of our family’s Christmas Eve rituals we put together care kits for disaster relief or needy areas in the...
Clare DeGraaf tells the following story: I was in Chicago on Michigan Avenue and saw a homeless man. God gave me a nudge to stop and talk to him. My heart wasn’t really in it. God was taking me out of my comfort zone.
I asked the homeless man, “Are you hungry? Let me buy you lunch.”
“Yeah, sure,” the man said without enthusiasm. I was sure he was hungry, so I just figured he was as wary of me as I was of guys like him. This was new territory for both of us.
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Do you feel uncomfortable around a homeless person? I do. In the following story, Sherri shows us how to care for...
Karen Mulder | 2 min read
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