Deeply Moving: A Father & Daughter Dance–in Prison

I’m so thankful to see this. I think it’s right on the money. Programs like the one described in this video remind us of the need to be involved in this world as agents of change, gospel change. This is true of us individually, and it should be true of local churches who find ways to reach out to the needy around them to promote the gospel.

Angela Patton’s work is vital, and it reminds me of Chuck Colson’s creation and leadership of Prison Fellowship. What a testimony, a practical testimony, to the power of Christ. Like Patton and Colson, evangelicals cannot give up on anyone.

Jesus did not give up on us.

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