“I don’t expect you to understand or even to accept me, but you are here and you do,” said one man that we serve on the streets. “I am amazed.”
He had been sitting under the interstate bridge all afternoon. He was hungry and alone. We talked with him, gave him a few sack lunches and bottles of water, and then simply spent time getting to know him. As we got up to walk back to the van he said, “Thank you. Thank you for taking the time to just let me be a person.”
Today He felt less like statistic or an addiction, He felt the way he deserves to feel and that is like a person who God calls his child.
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