Sep 27, 2021
This season, we’re exploring The Salvation Army’s Pathway of Hope—a national initiative to provide individualized services to families with children, addressing their immediate material needs and providing long-term engagement to stop the cycle of poverty.
Last week, we heard from an expert at the Urban Institute on the state of poverty in the U.S., what it means for families and the strategies that point to a way out.
So what does that kind of support look like day-to-day?
Maybe that axiom is correct: It takes a village.
You’ve heard that one before, right? It takes a village to raise a child. But what if the same is true for all of us, child or not?
Perhaps we need each other. We need community.
That’s what Trina Crawford will tell you.
As the Director of The Salvation Army Service Center in Havre, Montana, Trina becomes part of that village for those in the Pathway of Hope. She becomes a daily fixture in their lives, checking in with them, providing tangible help and resources, directing them toward community and reminding them of the hope that exists in Christ.
How does she do it? Why does she do it? And what impact has she seen through the years?
(And stay tuned later in this episode for a special guest appearance…)
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