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November 25, 2008

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wendi

that is one of the most amazing and HOPEful things I've read in many many days, my friend...thank you for sharing this, Daniel!! Wow! What have we become?

Melinda Devenouges

This is so inspiring! Thanks for sharing. I love it that those who are being served are now serving others. Isn't that what it is all about? It renews my hope. Lately I have been questioned on my heart and passion for the orphans and was told "this is not for everyone" so to know that there are people with nothing (at least monetarly speaking) that are willing to give of themselves, just really makes me happy!

Steve coats

It is such an incredible high for me to hang out with the homeless people and just love on them. We take a group of about a half dozen or so on the 4th saturday of every month to a homeless shelter here in Bend, OR called The Shepherds House and serve them a hot dinner, do a few worship songs, and i give about a 15 minute (or so) message. I just feel like that's where Jesus is hanging out in Bend on that night. We serve a mighty and powerful God, and it's awesome to be where He is. Those guys just want someone to talk to! We send a van down on Sunday night to pick up anyone from there who wants to come to Journey (our sunday night service) and anyone from the homeless camps. I wish I had a bajillion dollars to at least clothe them well, and feed them well, and put a good roof over their heads. But for now, hopefully, the love of Jesus will just spill out and get on them.

In Him
Steve

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