Always looking out for an opportunity to minister to the street population...

During the final weeks in the life of one of Paul Winter's wife's family there were several visits to the hospital to see her.

Paul, one of our Operation Joy team, tells us about how God used that time...

I met many members of the street population as a result as they attended A&E or were in-patients. I got to know L and N a lot better and this continued when they were discharged and they returned to the town centre, sometimes to sit and beg. Very soon L's friend, A, started coming to church, and then brought L with him. A is keeping me in touch with the many issues they need prayer for.

We hope that they will get to know Jesus better as they hear God's word, and as we meet some of their immediate needs.

Incarnation | Compassion | Proclamation

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Image | Flickr Julie Kertesz Hospital corridor, Queen Elisabeth
Clock icon 05 Jan, 2023

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Paul Winter

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