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Fall is the season of change.  We all know that to inspire change we must first work hard and be as consistent as possible and change is a natural part of our lives.  Sox Place has now been open for more than 10 years!  I know that if I asked Doyle, he would say that Sox Place has definitely changed over the past 10 years.  We have grown; grown in our relationship with street kids, grown in our personal relationships with Christ, and grown Christ’s kingdom.  Often people are afraid of change, it intimidates them and causes them anxiety.  However, without a willingness to change and transform we can never progress.  If we let our own fears get in the way, we are tentative to allow God to mold us and our ministry into the best possible form to change people’s lives.

As many people know, Sox Place has been looking for a new building for over a year now as our lease is coming to its end.  It is very difficult to find a space for the type of service we provide to street kids and our community.  It is easy for us to worry and to stress about this new chapter in Sox Place’s ministry, but God has shown us something totally different than that.  Our staff is patient, and we know that Sox Place has been taken care of by God’s grace for over 10 years.  We anticipate and await the changes that God has in store for this ministry.  We know that to be the best possible demonstration of Christ’s love to people, things will not always be easy or necessarily make sense to us.  We are ever evolving and ever changing.  God is always consistent in his love for us as his children.  God loves us and wants us to progress because of his continual love in our personal lives; we have that ability to do so.  Pray for Sox Place in this season of change.  Pray for strength for our staff and our leadership to follow God’s will always, even if it is not the easiest choice for us.  Change is hard and it challenges every aspect of our lives, but without change we become stagnant in our ministry.  God’s love is the focus and that never changes; it merely evolves to reach more people.

-Sam

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