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Eva’s story.

I find myself increasingly mentoring CEO’s of nonprofit ministries.  This one in particular, is dear to my heart, because it ministers to the poor, without corrupting the poor — without making them dependent on other humans, unwittingly creating a culture of dependency, which is easy to do when loving the poor.  All-volunteer attorneys, most from the suburbs, who give up their personal time to love the poor in Philadelphia.  Jesus, You are amazing!  This is Eva’s story.

—WeakDave, GospelFriendships

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