Lindsey Krinks is the Co-Founder and Director of Education and Advocacy at Open Table Nashville. Her new book, Praying With Our Feet: Pursuing Justice and Healing On the Streets, recounts her journey from college student to interfaith street chaplain. In her journey, Lindsey has not shied away from asking the tough questions about faith, homelessness, poverty, and justice. More importantly, she has not shied away from people experiencing difficulty in any of those settings. This conversation (and book!) was deeply challenging and encouraging. Lindsey’s life is an example to those of us who heed the call to love our neighbors as ourselves, in how to see opportunities to do that right where we are with the people we meet along our paths.
Connect with Lindsey and Open Table Nashville on social media @lindseykrinks and @opentablenashville.
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