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Topic: How then shall I live?



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jcomm

Member Since:
2005-06-11

Mike,

I just finished reading your book and passed it on to my 13-year old son to read. I am looking forward to discussing it with him.

I thank you for your sensitive handling of the subject matter. It has certainly changed my perspective on the homeless and I am certain I shall never look at a homeless person the same again.

I am not sure how God would choose to use me in ministry to the homeless, but I want to remain open the Spirit's leading. I pray that when He offers me opportunitity, I would have the courage and conviction to make a difference in someone's life.

God bless you and Sam for your testimonies. And God bless you in your new marriage!

Joel Comm
http://www.joelcomm.com

Posted: 2005-06-11 23:26:00
Exodus

Member Since:
2009-09-18

when you see me on the side of the road dont spit at me. ask me what i need and how to help. i do dishes! :)

Posted: 2009-09-18 15:06:13
bellairemary

Member Since:
2011-03-03

My son and I pack lunches, a Gatorade, some protein bars, fruit cups. We keep it in the car for when we see the homeless looking through the trash. My son (11yrs old) feel pride knowing that he truly helped someone. On rainy days we leave the lunches under sheltered picnic areas, where we have seen the homeless come and sit to get out of the rain.



Simply handing out food and letting your son be a part of that will make a huge impact on him as he grows up.



Also when having a picnic or lunch in a public place we also share with those hungry around us.

Posted: 2011-03-03 14:42:21
thesower

Member Since:
2011-08-29

I live in South Dakota, AKA Midwestern Siberia.

So, this coming winter I'm considering bringing coffee downtown and handing it out. While saying "Jesus loves you!" It's about God's love. How important to meet physical needs, but all the more so to meet Spiritual needs! If you get cold winters, making a pot of coffee and handing out cups of coffee could be a good idea.

Posted: 2011-08-29 08:57:54
 




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