From Gangster to Guardian: The Inspiring Transformation of Pastor Dan In the heart of the gritty city of Chicago, where the shadow of violence loomed large, a young man named Dan found himself entangled in the dangerous web of gang culture. Raised in a broken home, he sought solace in the camaraderie of the streets and his pitt dogs which he always had, leading him down a perilous path as a gangster. However, little did he know that this turbulent journey would eventually lead him to an extraordinary transformation, becoming a guiding light for the downtrodden and homeless. And being a word of education for dog owners everywhere through Clover Lane Kennels. Dan's early years were marked by hardship and struggle. He grew up without a father figure and witnessed his family battle poverty daily. Fueled by a deep longing for belonging and acceptance, he gravitated toward the allure of the local gang and drugs. At first, the sense of belonging and perceived power seemed comforting, but as time passed, he discovered the true cost of the life he had chosen – a life marked by violence, danger, death, and lost opportunities. As fate would have it, one fateful night, a life-changing event shook Dan to his core. He witnessed a close friend fall victim to the very violence that surrounded him daily. This tragic loss served as a wake-up call, prompting him to reevaluate the path he was on. Dan knew he had to escape the clutches of gang life and find a way to make amends for his past actions. Embracing his second chance, Dan sought refuge within the walls of a local church. It was there that he found solace in spirituality and discovered a higher purpose. Under the guidance of a compassionate pastor, he embarked on a soul-searching journey toward redemption and healing. Recognizing the power of forgiveness and compassion, Dan dedicated himself to turning his life around and helping others who faced similar struggles. Over time, his commitment to the teachings of the church and his genuine desire to make a difference led him to become a pastor himself.. Now every thing I create or make to sell will go to feeding the homeless

Albuquerque City Council approves turning old convents into apartments.

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LBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – It’s official, Safe Outdoor Spaces are moving forward in Albuquerque after another controversial vote failed in the city council chambers Wednesday evening. Last month, the city council voted to pause the city-sanctioned homeless camps for a year but the Mayor vetoed that decision. On Wednesday, councilors had the chance to override Keller’s veto but votes came up short.

Ok, God bless Margie she blessed us in the raffle and got an iPhone se. So I'm going to keep trying to raise money to get that truck just keep tuned 

Brothers and Sisters Yes am Muwereza Moses from Uganda a Christian by faith we have some Orphans whose parents died of COVID-19 life is not easy. In terms of getting food, rent, school fees, medication, and other basic needs. But the landlord has given us a chance to buy land where we have been renting. Any kind of love you can give, please. Click here to help us

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