discipleship class & Dinner
Every Wednesday evening, 80-100 homeless guests attend our class on Christian discipleship, geared toward the particular concerns and circumstances of street life. Many of those in attendance are long-time believers seeking to live out their faith while homeless. Many others are not believers, but they attend because they are spiritually curious and interested in how the Bible might apply to their lives.
For the first four months of 2018, we worked through a series on the topic of anger: understanding its roots, healing from its effects, and dealing with it in a constructive and God-honoring way. Many of our guests told us that the anger series greatly impacted them, and that in some cases it helped them let go of resentments that had been festering for many years.
No matter what the current topic, we always teach our homeless guests about the life-changing grace of God toward sinners through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.