Back in St. Louis some friends of ours, Dan and Alyssa, are involved in this amazing project. Over four years ago, they moved into a home for homeless boys to become houseparents. Watching how the lives of everyone involved have been affected has been inspiring and convicting. The stories involved will bring tears to your eyes as you watch boys who had no hope become young men with vision, ambition, and dreams. There is now a documentary on Joe’s Place and I would really encourage you to take 4 minutes to watch this trailer.
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