The Greatest Love There Is

I met Ryan at Lunch in the Park. Ryan can only see out of his right eye; I’m not sure what happened to his left eye, but it seems to be permanently pointed inward with a light blue glaze over it. He had messy hair, missing teeth, dirty hands, no shoes, one good eye, and yet, when he looked at me, he looked at me with love and compassion. Read More

The Weight of Eternity

“Thank you for not being afraid of serving us”, said one of our friends as we were handing out boxed lunches at the park on Wednesday. Read More

What Does Love Look Like?

In my time with Christ in the City, I find myself reflecting more and more on the meaning of love. Read More

Experiences of the Divine

As I am spending more and more time on the streets, talking to the people who live there, it is becoming increasingly difficult to succinctly describe my experience to friends and family. When people ask me what street ministry is like, I struggle to answer genuinely because so many of my encounters are imbued with an inexpressible beauty and gravity.Read More

Loving with the Arms of Simon

“As they were marching out, they came upon a man of Cyrene, Simon by name;
this man they compelled to carry his cross.” –Matthew 27:32
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