Updated: Jul 31, 2021
As kingdom builders, we are called to care for the poor and vulnerable. It is not always easy to know what to do, and it can even feel a little uncomfortable. As people who love Jesus and His kingdom, it is our duty to lean in to the discomfort and discover our unique role in this space. You are officially invited to join the beautiful work of justice. Let's go!
Lindsey answers questions like...
What are some misconceptions about homelessness you find yourself having to correct as you educate and advocate?
What would you say to someone who experiences some fear around those who experience homelessness?
What do we need to keep in mind as we attempt to walk alongside those who experience homelessness, so that we are actually helping and not harming?
Lindsey Krinks (MTS, Vanderbilt Divinity School) is a street chaplain, activist, and nonprofit leader who has worked for over a decade on the front lines of social justice movements. She is the cofounder of Open Table Nashville, a nationally acclaimed interfaith homeless outreach nonprofit. Krinks has served as a fellow with the New Leaders Council, a national network for millennial leaders, and regularly speaks to student, church, and community groups across the country. She was featured in a documentary about Nashville’s largest homeless camp in 2019 and has been featured in dozens of Nashville news stories.
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