Senad on the right track!

Still receiving the help he desires!

I got a chance to visit with my new friend, Senad Filan, at the Clark Manor Nursing and Rehab Center. I had blogged about him back on Jan. 10 and Jan. 22. He is recovering quite nicely, and is very thankful for all the prayers for him. Senad was originally from Bosnia, and has been in Chicago for the past 19 years. Throughout those years, he says he has worked “construction” and maintenance jobs. At present, he is still working with his caseworkers and our own Jeremy Nicholls in his attempts to secure his Social Security card and his S.S.I. payments, and “affordable housing.” Senad is in a good frame of mind. He knows that all these things take time, and that there’s a process for everything.

And he freely admits he may well need some more time in Clark Manor… making sure he maintains his sobriety. He says his AA meetings are helping him a lot. He also reports that a recent move to another floor has been a positive thing. Senad now says, “Life is a gift, the Lord is close, and I pray every day.”

Please continue to pray for Senad.

Thanks, Chris

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About the Author:

Chris Ramsey has been a member of the Jesus People U.S.A. community in Chicago since 1975. Throughout those 40 years, Ramsey has been involved in evangelism, writing, interviewing, and serving the poor. He’s also a kind of “crazy” character who’s constantly asking himself, “Where do I fit in”? For the past 25 years, Chris has discovered that his role in serving the homeless and the poor at Cornerstone Community Outreach (CCO), seems to fit him quite nicely. He is happily married to Sandy Ramsey, the executive director of CCO, and has two adult sons, Christopher and Jonathan.