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Homeless Helpers - The People We Would Like To Thank

NOTE: RE-POST FROM OLD BLOG “The Homeless are God’s Children Also”

This week’s edition is going to be a little different. Since Thanksgiving is coming up Thursday I thought it would be nice to thank all the people who are involved in this out reach that visits Tent City in Nashville and Once a month to the Campsite in Lebanon, TN. 1,132 more words

Feeding The Homeless

Tent City Nashville 11-10-09 "We Forgot the Gold"

It was an overcast day in Nashville Tn, we all were waiting on what was left of Tropical Storm Ida to dump rain on our Hot dog Shin Dig with the Homeless at Tent City.  883 more words

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Tent City Nashville 11-3-09 "Shoe Extravaganza"

NOTE: RE-POST FROM OLD BLOG “The Homeless are God’s Children Also

  NEWS FLASH: (It would be really neat if I could make it Flash).

#1 On Tuesday morning Nov. 1,758 more words

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Tent City Nashville 10-27-09 "Cowboy's Birthday"

Kathy Doing What She Loves “Shopping For The Homeless”

NOTE: RE-POST FROM OLD BLOG ” The Homeless are God’s Children Also”

Tuesday started like any other Tuesday here in Tennessee.  882 more words

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Tent City Nashville 10-20-09 "The Miracle Feeding"

NOTE: RE-POST FROM OLD BLOG “The Homeless are God Children too”

  Editors Note Correction: The Blog Tilted “Tent City 10-13-09 Singing in the Rain” stated that Karen’s daughter was named Julie this incorrect and should have read Karen’s daughter Jenni; So Jenni, my deepest apologies to you and your family for the mistake. 1,696 more words

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Be Invisible or Be Arrested: Gaps in Services and the Need for Alternative “Tent Cities”

by Lindsey Krinks, published in the August issue of The Contributor

Carol is a single mother with a 24-year-old son, Jesse. Jesse has a developmental disorder which affects his ability to function as an independent adult, yet doesn’t qualify him to receive disability benefits. 933 more words

What is the Crisis at Hand?: Further Reflections on a Town Hall Meeting

by Andrew Krinks

It has become all too clear in recent days that we now find ourselves, once again, at a moment of crisis in our work with the homeless community in our city. 1,901 more words