Andrew Foster is one of the most passionate people you’ll ever meet. He’s on the show to share about his prison ministry which also involves a local coffee shop. Having been in prison himself, Andrew has seen the Lord’s love for those behind bars.
He heard the Good News and became a Christian while in jail, and now he wants to see others come to know Jesus. Through his ministry, he houses people transitioning out of prison, showing them the love of Christ. He also runs a local coffee shop and tells others the Gospel. Andrew’s love for God and others is evident, and his joy is contagious!
Full Show Notes: https://engagingmissions.com/245
What We Talked About
- 00:24 – Episode summary
- 01:18 – Introduction
- 01:43 – Drawing near to the marginalized
- 04:07 – Remaining tethered to God’s redemptive work
- 08:20 – How do you keep going in ministry?
- 12:34 – Regaining a joy for salvation
- 18:39 – Coffee shops and prison cells
- 26:52 – What are recovery residences?
Any recovery model that you read, the number one element in all of those is hope. And what better way to instill hope in people than introduce them to the Good News of Jesus Christ?
- 33:52 – Participating in God’s redemption
- 37:43 – How can we best pray for you?
- 42:40 – Closing thoughts
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