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“a preacher kinda question”

Hugh Hollowell, Mennonite minister and founder/director of Love Wins Ministries, tells a story of finding Jesus in a Crack House on the blog Two Friars and a Fool.

“I laugh, and give serious thought to bringing up incarnational theology, using this as a teaching moment. But then I decide I cannot add a bit to what she just said…”

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Tony Magana

We have also found the best approach to dealing with homeless is love and support which does combine a ministry of deeds and the Word. Trying to force conventional societal rehabilitation on the chronically homeless will not work.

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