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Last month, I got to go to Lansing Prison for the first time with Victor, one of the Associates we are working with in Topeka, KS. Victor leads the Spanish Call-Out, which is the weekly church service in the prison.
“The two most significant blessings in my life have been prison and the homeless shelter where we live now,” Chris told me as he related some of the Lord’s pilgrimage for him.
Isn’t it great that Christ calls those most unlikely to become his servants, apostles and truth-bearers? In His ministry on earth, Christ called murderers, adulterers and tax collectors. He even called women, yes women, to go and spread the Good News!
In 2010, I was the sponsor (madrina) for Brittany when she made her confirmation in the Catholic Church. This involved being a spiritual influence in her life during her teen years. At the time of her confirmation, she asked me to do a one-on-one Bible study and mentoring with her. Little did I know then that we would continue that for the next six years!
Becky Hoferer is a single mom with a young daughter who has disabilities. Raised in the foster system from ages 11-18, Becky considers herself blessed to have had believing foster parents. But when she aged out of the system, she also drifted away from the church.