Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Homeless began Ministries...

Dee and John,  moved into an apartment.  They were alcoholics, maybe other problems, lived homeless a long time.  They got a job and testified to many.

This is continuing my series of the homeless ministry memories, of a few people.

Pappy at the bridge, also an alcoholic, etc. after years of living  under the bridge.  He moved and started a ministry.   He was so kind.

God uses several different ministries, in combination to help His needy ones.   Looking back it was well orchestrated by Him.

They listened to the messages and found Jesus.  That is life changing, by itself!

9 comments:

Deborah Ann said...

It's so beautiful to hear how God is providing from His own Hand for these precious people!

Jane said...

Oh, these are great stories. Very inspirational. Hope that you are well,

Jane

God Whispers said...

Warm inviting stories Kim. Appreciate you sharing. Blessings.

Lily said...

beautiful post.

Kim, you won the business cards for your daughter ;)!!!!

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Faith Imagined said...

My twin sis worked with homeless for several years as a social worker. I love hearing stories of those who overame homelessness (and other issues) to become lights for Jesus! Thank you for this series!

Dean Spencer said...

Kim -

I helped out for a few years at a homeless shelter during what they called the "Saturday Night Street Feed." We went out and visited many of the homeless and less fortunate. It's an eye opener. So thankful of the various ministries like this one that help these people get connected with Christ and back into life.

Thanks for a great post! God bless!

Patty said...

I have been reading your last few posts and am inspired by your attitude and gratitude. How silly we are to worry about the little things in life and to try to control what only God has control of. I will be back often. Thank you for leaving such a kind comment on my blog. It's nice to meet you. Patty

Rose said...

behind on reading blogs. true, a person may have a rough life, but God steers them in a direction of a better life if they allow God to listen and pray. thanks rose

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