Each staff member working in this area treats the men who come in for food and shelter with respect and dignity, both through their words and their body language. I’ve witnessed several staff members take time to answer the men’s questions during a house meeting, and they always answer with an emphasis on the need for Christ in their lives. They’re not afraid to express love for the men. I know these staff members are great listeners, as after a house meeting, men line up to speak with them.
I am very grateful for the Godly men that are on our team, and for the lives that are being impacted for the Kingdom.
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