October 2, 2012
Operation Nightwatch became a part of my life nine years ago. Since then, I have seen how important this ministry has become in the lives of people newly on the street or having spent a long time there. I now provide a weekly worship and weekly bible study for our folks and find them to be some of the most caring and spiritual people I have ever met. In addition to sharing with each other, they share their meager resources through a weekly offering that supports local food pantries as well as global charities that provide assistance after earthquake, tsunami and hurricane devastation. The success stories of people who have turned away from addictions, who have stayed out of prison, who have gotten into housing and back into employment are too numerous to mention. They mostly will not make the news, but we who volunteer know them very well. It all begins with hospitality and relationship building. No one does it better than Operation Nightwatch.
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