This blog received a comment on the post entitled “Broken” from a friend in my church, Church of the Incarnation (Episcopal) that I hope you’ll go back and check out (May 15, 2008. Click on ‘Comments’ at the bottom of the post.)
May I just say…I love my church, not only because it is a beautiful, old building with lovely, reverential services, but because of people like English, who care enough to ask the hard questions and to show up on Christmas Eve at the Hyatt Regency Dallas for the SoupMobile’s Christmas Angel Project — and to go to Honduras to build schools, and to New Orleans to rebuild houses, and to fight poverty in Belize, and to mentor in areas of poverty around our very blessed church property, and on and on (it requires an entire book to list all of the outreach that is done out of Church of the Incarnation, thanks to Outreach Director Martha Lang and many others). My fellow parishioners and our priests put their love on the line constantly all over the place.
Anyway, I hope you’ll read the comments of the “Broken” post where English asked an important question:
“Do we have a middle-class homeless crisis in Dallas?”
and read the response from David Timothy, AKA SoupMan, of SoupMobile Mobile Soup Kitchen.
I would love to know what readers think. What is your experience and what are your observations?