Interview with Mark Horvath of Invisiblepeople.tv
Yesterday at New Hope, I had the privilege of interviewing Mark Horvath, a good friend and founder of Invisiblepeople.tv. Mark shared about his journey into homelessness from affluence, how he got off the streets, and what he is doing now to serve the homeless.
We are currently in a series at our church focusing on poverty and faith. It’s our contention that God’s heart for the poor and our participation in his care for those impacted by poverty sits at the core of the mission of the church. Justice is not just a nice add-on to Christian faith, it is a foundational aspect of God’s redemption of the world.
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