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ISSUE 16 --- JULY 2012 --- ONE DOLLAR
My Back Pages: Ken Johnson
Stephanie Gilman sits down for coffee with Ken Johnson to listen to the story of his life. Though once a Corporate in the Marine Corp who fought in the Vietnam War, Ken is now homeless and currently searching for a steady job. Even though he struggles through trials of his own, Ken still manages to give back to the community he loves dearly...Read more on pg. 5 of the Amplifier
Volunteer Spotlight: Lauren Dunn
Though fresh out of college with an architecture major, in the face of a grim job market, Lauren Dunn accepted an internship with Beardsley Farms and Food in the Fort. In this article, she writes of her passion for challenging the commonly held beliefs about the homeless, her desire to support locally grown food, and the loving community of people she has found in this program...Read more on pg. 4 of the Amplifier
Are You Goin' To Heaven?
In his Editorial, Eddie Young discusses Matthew 19:24 in the Bible: "Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God.” What does this mean for western Christians and what should our role be in fighting for economic justice?...Read more on pg. 2 of the Amplifier