The Crosses are heading for CASS, Central Arizona Shelter Services, the largest shelter and service center for homeless people in Arizona, located on 12th Ave in downtown Phoenix. Some of the disciples have lived at or used the services of CASS, some quite recently. We're on the home stretch now. When we arrive at CASS, the disciples load the crosses into the truck that will take them home. There are groups of people hanging around the shelter, some knew the men before they became disciples, some want to pray with them. The disciples call out and invite any who would like to pray with them,
and circle around in the middle of the
street. There they give thanks for all
that has happened that day during
the walk. Then they jump in the back of the truck, drive back to Bungee's, load his wheelchair and seat him in the front for the drive home back to the Phoenix Dream Center. There each will give testimony to the congregation at the 11:00 am service, telling the people about their experience on the Cross Walk. After their testimony's, the disciples take the Crosses and place them back where the walk began. I thank the men for allowing me to go with them, they thank me, they're in a hurry, there's another outreach to go to, a homeless ministry on 37th Ave and Van Buren, a Senior Center on 27th and Missouri. The day is just beginning.
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