Today, as part of a special "Change the World" local mission emphasis involving several area churches, I got to sing and preach at the Union Gospel Mission in Fort Worth. The Union Gospel Mission is a long-time homeless shelter and ministry to the poor and disenfranchised who gather in or near downtown Fort Worth.
My experience was a positive one, and I've been thinking about it most of the day. It caused me to consider that the homeless are children of God in every way that I believe myself to be. My first impressions of fear and uncertainty were unjustified. God provided to everyone present.
I don't know what will come next of all this, but I sense I am supposed to learn more.
Another faith journey to travel. A spiritual "teachable moment" for me personally.
God's grace still amazes me . . . ><>
Saturday, May 14, 2011
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