DISCOVERING

JESUS

IN THE LEAST

Unveiling God's presence among America's

most overlooked souls

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“What if I told you that serving the homeless has taught me more about Jesus and his ways than anything else? Would you believe me?  
If you don’t believe me (and even if you do believe me), well then, you need to come on a journey of discovery which reveals the depths of God’s love not only for the “least” folks in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood, but for everyone, including myself, no matter who they are or where they live.’

In Discovering Jesus in the Least, you’ll walk alongside veteran outreach worker, Chris Ramsey, as he uncovers the depths of God’s love not only for the “most overlooked and ignored” folks in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood . . . but also for himself.

Ramsey welcomes the reader into his world through a wide variety of short, poignant observations amassed over 25 years. What he discovers will undoubtedly challenge you to examine your own views regarding the poor and the homeless of our 21st century American society.

Chris Ramsey’s Blog

10Mar 2020

ASSYRIAN CHURCH OF THE EAST COMES TO SERVE

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THE LEAST AT CORNERSTONE

A few weeks back and before all of the pandemic craziness, we were blessed to have some brothers and sisters from the Assyrian Church of the East in Glenview, IL visit us at Cornerstone once again.  These kind folks are simply “super” with their generosity and their servant’s heart in coming to serve our clients at Cornerstone.  (See the blog , Sept. 6, 2017)

When they come they bring, prepare, and serve all the food for our 2 lunch crowds.  And they do not skimp on anything!  Hamburgers and hot dogs with “mucho” trimmings, and loads of golden-brown French fries.

And here’s Adnan David, their leader, telling you how they attempt to approach their service to others.

https://youtu.be/dzs05hxqyWs

Now if only more of us “Christians”  could serve with a heart like that.

You just never know what might happen.  Thanks for stopping by .  Chris