Hello! If you're reading this, it means you're up for joining in my adventure!
For the past few months, God has been teaching me a lot-- I mean, A LOT-- that never expected but can't thank Him for enough. And over the past two weeks, that's involved intentionally fasting from praying for one person and instead praying for my lost brothers and sisters, which moved to the lost in general.
On Friday, January 29, I was driving and praying and heard another ad come on WBGL for One Winter Night, which I've known about for years, but never felt led to get involved. This time, however, I felt the push of the Spirit asking me "What will you do for these, your neighbors without homes? Will you fight for them, too?" and I remembered the times I've seen the homeless men and women by my job downtown every morning, and on Green St on my way home every night.
I thought maybe it was just something to think about, not really something to act on, until that evening when I was praying without thinking where my prayer was going, and found myself praying for provision for the lost, and again the voice of the Spirit asked "Would you provide for your lost brothers and sisters? Will you fight for them?"
So here I am! Taking another step of faith, like I have every single day for the past year, and and hoping for the provision of my Father. I was told by a dear friend once that I have a big heart, but what is the point of that love without action? so this is my action, and I hope that if you've read this far, donating will be yours!