My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for The Jonah Project, El Segundo, CA, USA
For 23 years, I have answered God's call to serve and love those in need that are poor or disenfranchised in our inner cities. In that time frame, there have been very few organizations that can match the dedication shown by the Jonah Project. Patrick and his wife continue to bring the light and love of Christ into the streets of East Central Los Angeles, Skid Row! Let me assure you that there is no greater concentration of need in the United States and to take a stand like the Jonah Project has is no small feat of courage and love. I enjoy the Partnership that I have with this great ministry and when the Father calls me to serve the Holy Ground that is Skid Row, I know I will find the impact of the Jonah Project's labors when I arrive. They truly make a difference in this world that is undeniable.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
You cannot miss the impact of this organization on Skid Row in Los Angeles. They continue to show up as a beacon of light and love in what I consider the epicenter of missionary efforts in the inner cities of the United States. Their approach of continuously bringing love into the lives of so many that have given up on themselves works effectively, allowing dignity of those in need to be restored.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
In the efforts that both Patrick and I lead in our separate organizations we must take our guidance from the Father and it is clear that he is doing that with the Jonah Project as I do with the Deep Waters Foundation.
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It occurs as an absolute and true expression of God's love as the body of Christ in the world. They serve faithfully in the area of greatest need and show every sign of allowing the Holy Spirit guide them in their efforts.
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