Sinad in rough shape!

Your prayers are welcome!

Greetings readers. I’m letting you know about my new friend—Sinad. You know, he was the guy who was all bundled up in blankets under the Foster viaduct with his face barely noticeable. Well, my co-worker Jeremy got wind that Sinad had ended up in ICU at nearby Weiss hospital. So I went to visit him. He’d just come out of a coma —where he was being treated for very serious respiratory complications. The nurse that I spoke with related that his condition was primarily caused by his being an “alcoholic.”

That might well be true. But you can’t tell me that the extreme cold of the previous week did not play a significant role in his being hospitalized.

Whatever the case—does it really matter? Sinad, who has been here in Chicago for many years, was originally from Bosnia, needs your prayers.

Thanks Chris.

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About the Author:

Chris Ramsey has been a member of the Jesus People USA 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.