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REIMAGINE JUSTICE

We don't have to look far to see how Jesus would have us live as Christians. He says that we will find him among the hungry and thirsty, the stranger who stands before us, those who are sick, and those who are in prison. Jesus really could not be any clearer about what our response to the suffering around us should be. Matthew 25: 35-36 exhorts us to care for the most vulnerable and needy among us.

None of us can do it all, but we can all do our part. Our community has dedicated our ministry life to visiting and companioning our friends in prison. Others may feel called to ministry with those whose only home is the streets, immigrants and refugees, and still others with the sick and dying.

As followers of Jesus, we can all do our part, and in doing so we will surely find him waiting for us.


Brother Dennis



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