The pastor of Capital Christian Center in Sacramento California left his church Sunday to live on the streets until $300,000 is raised for the homeless.
Pastor Rick is committed to making a difference in the lives of the homeless. He is choosing to live on the streets of Sacramento until the necessary amount of funds and awareness are available to provide a warm shelter and food during the winter months of 2014/15 for the homeless.
The ultimate goal is to raise $300,000 for a faith-based program called Winter Sanctuary. The program houses hundreds of homeless people in churches from late November through March, when shelters typically fill up.
ďPart of this effort I think is to humanize the person thatís on the street. Iím learning the stories of the people that Iím gonna be living next to in a way for a few days,Ē said Cole.
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Pastor of Sacramento Capital Christian goes homeless until money is raised