The Invisible

Arloa Sutter: What the Church Can Do to Find and Serve the Least of These

The InvisibleThe Invisible:
What the Church Can Do to Find and Serve the Least of These
By Arloa Sutter (Wesleyan)
A 2011 Outreach Resource of the Year

“There is hope for the man at my car window and for the many others who are living under bridges and in shelters throughout our country. While dropping a few dollars in a dirty cup can be a start and perhaps a necessary expression of our love for God and people, it doesn’t have to end there. Together we can make an impact on the forgotten world of the man at my window by addressing the root causes: poverty, addiction and isolation. We can spread the net of God’s love by joining together to reweave the fabric of a broken world.” —Arloa Sutter, from the book

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