Kathy's story really encouraged me since I also was inspired by reading "Same Kind of Different As Me". It encouraged me more that we should give no and low income people the same chance to learn and participate as everybody else in congregations because that's what ministry should include with the other ways it helps no and low income people outside of congregation buildings. It's different to what Kathy was called to since I don't have to try to convince congregation leaders and other people to help with housing people that are homeless but to offer them free and/or discounted books or other resources, and a chance to go on congregation trips, and participate in meals during Biblical feasts. I guess Kathy's story inspired me to want a different kind of housing for people that are homeless, which is the ability to have congregation homes for some people that don't have any when they are sometimes missing the learning and community that are often needed to be included better in a congregation family.
I liked Kathy's humility that she wasn't able to do what she was called to alone and listed many people in the back of the book who helped her, and most of all that she gave the credit to God for the many ways he stepped in to allow people who seemed to feel unseen a chance to be seen through the people that cared for them in the ministry, the people that supported the ministry in helping them, and probably other people who treated them differently when they had homes to live in.
My review= 5 out of 5 stars
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