Ron Hall will discuss how his wife befriending a homeless man changed his life and how their story is now a major motion picture.
If overbearing rules and heavy consequences only push people away from God, then only relationship and friendship can bring them home. Watch and find out where Jackson Park ended up and why!
Brent Swayn’s search for purpose in life took him from Australia to the streets of Nashville, as a homeless man. It was in Nashville that Brent found his calling, as a chef, and as a man who serves up second chances to the homeless.
Hear how Los Angeles Police Officer Deon Joseph goes above and beyond the call of duty to help the desperate people on Skid Row.
Pastor John Wiley shares how a former hosptial becomes a place of hope and refuge for homeless families. See how love is giving them a fresh start.
Take a look as the CBN filed crew spent an afternoon with LAPD Police Officer Deon Joseph during his foot pator through the infamous Skid Row district. He shares how Skid Row is his ministry.
On any given night in America, more than a half a million people go to bed without a place to call home... Even in one of the world's most powerful city: Washington D.C. But, there is hope - John Jessup brings us the remarkable story of one man who was homeless for 33 years.
A study done by the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty states that 3.5 million people - including more than 1 million children - are likely to experience homelessness in any given year.
Mariah Smith was abandoned as a baby - and as she grew up, she realized there were many kids and adults living on the streets - and she knew she had to do something.
You can see Mariah discuss her ministry by going here.
In Chesapeake, Virginia, one ministry is helping the homeless - by encouraging people to literally dance their shoes off!
So far, nearly 500 pairs of shoes and 100 coats have been donated as a result of this ministry. All donations were distributed through the Abba List, and you can learn more about them by going here.
Mike Norton and his team go to areas of San Francisco that many would be scared to visit. They meet the homeless, drug addicts and prostitutes - and what they discover is a need greater than food.
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