For the past eleven years, my husband and I have spent our time caring for the homeless youth and adults, at-risk teens, the poor, drug dealers, hippies, prostitutes, transvestites, and anyone who lives on the streets of Boulder. We seek out the hurting and brokenhearted to build positive relationships with them. Through those relationships we help them experience the love and grace of the Heavenly Father, and we walk alongside them to encourage forward progress in their lives.
After our year-long sabbatical in 2015, we gained a new perspective and realized our ministry is shifting. Our focus is not only on the homeless, but on the working poor of our community. So many of the people we love are struggling to make ends meet. We do what we can to ease their burden whether it be physical, mental, or spiritual.
As some of our friends move off the streets, we assist with boxes of food, toiletries, and cleaning supplies to help them get their home up and running. We also help out families in need as they are referred to us by our friends, and assist with emergency needs in our community.
For more information about us or to learn how you can get involved, visit our website at Sevens.blog