“This is what the gospel does to us: it humbles us and enables us to identify with the poor. In the gospel, we’re not superior to the poor; we are the poor, having nothing to bring to God. We’re not superior to the orphan; we are the orphan, and God has become our Father. We were the stranger with no homeland, and we’ve inherited a kingdom. We were the widow with no husband, and Jesus has become our groom.” — Tony Merida
Listen to Tony Merida talk with Doug Logan and Paul McLoughlan about planting and leading churches in hard places.