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CLIP 11091

Doing God's work: helping the homeless

Doing God's work: helping the homeless
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Key Info
  • Doing God's work: helping the homeless
  • Duration: 04:22
  • Debbie Santiago, founder of the Salt and Sea Mission, describes her work to help the homeless. Debbie also discusses the dramatic events in her own life, which saw her move from drug addict, alcoholic and homeless to someone who believed she was called by God to help the homeless by offering them food and love. Her reward is seeing the change that can take place in people, and hoping God is pleased with her efforts. Her inspirational story shows Jesus' words 'Whoever does not carry the cross and follow me cannot be my disciple' (Luke 14.27) put into practice.
  • Subject:

    Religious Education

       Topic:

    Religion and the Community

  • Keywords: Christianity, commitment, compassion, faith, Jesus, Salt and Sea Mission, shelter, homeless, love thy neighbour
Ideas for use in class
  • Use to explore the idea that true discipleship of Jesus is difficult. What might Christians find easy - and difficult - about following Jesus today?
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 4x3

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