Join us for a conversation with Randy Evans of Walking Tall in Wilmington, NC

Episode Highlights Include:

  • Why you should quit using the word “Homeless”
  • How Randy learned that the Christian way of life “is not a means to an end”
  • Why church volunteers struggle to cultivate friendships with those who are unhoused
  • The story of the time that Randy hosted 35 people, 4 dogs, and a three year old in his house during Hurricane Florence
  • Randy de-mythologizing himself and sharing the ways he’s still growing and healing

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If you liked this episode, check out our conversations with:

  • Gavin Rogers, where he talks about joining the migrant caravan and building friendships with those who are unhoused in San Antonio, Texas
  • Ryan Klinck, where he shares about see his unhoused friends as saints.
  • Jerry Herships, pastor of AfterHours, which meets in bars and serves PB&J and Communion to his friends in public parks in Denver, CO.

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Stay tuned next for: A bonus episode where Randy talks more about how Walking Tall worships together and a frank conversation about Christian formation and new spiritual communities with Kenda Creasy-Dean of Princeton Seminary

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