After our feet washing event a few weeks ago, our friend Courtney wanted to wash the feet of his friends as well. We helped him with the supplies and he led the way…Read More
Washing someone’s feet is an act of humility. And letting someone else wash your feet is also humility. It’s a vulnerable thing to let someone see the messiest part of yourself and to let them love you through it.Read More
For our friends who walk the streets daily and experience life in a vastly different way than many others, we want to honor them (and help their feet feel a little better) by washing their feet. Join us Saturday, June 22 at 9am at the Austin Street Basketball Court…Read More
That day, we're also going to set up to wash feet. We are compelled to offer feet washing again because we have been recently reminded of the significance of simply offering to wash another person's feet.Read More
One year ago tomorrow, my friend and mentor-by-example Larry James invited me down to South Dallas to spend time on a little corner we affectionately started calling "the Corner."
Neither he nor I knew it, but it would be a day that would forever change my life, as I began to have my heart warmed by a group of people I formerly ignored.
They are people without homes, but they moved right into my heart, and through their love for me, began to change my life.Read More
If there’s anything I learned through washing the feet of the homeless, it’s that feet are just feet.
I have always been slightly terrified of touching feet, and I really didn’t understand why anyone would choose to touch another person’s feet, unless perhaps they belonged to your sister, friend, or spouse.Read More
As some of you know, on Saturday, June 21, we will wash the feet of the homeless in South Dallas.
We're calling the day "4Feet" -- here's why:
There are two feet being washed and two feet doing the washing. Although the non-homeless are washing the feet of the homeless, we all have feet that get dirty, and we all need them cleaned. Even as we serve those that are homeless by washing their feet, they serve us by opening themselves up to such an intimate, personal experience.Read More
I had never been so close before. It’s amazing really. I have gone 29 years of life without ever having had so much as the opportunity to give someone something off of my own body. If you think of all of the need in the world, it is quite remarkable how insulated I have been from it that this opportunity would never have presented itself before.Read More
The idea of washing another person’s feet has always been abhorrent to me. The idea of having my own feet washed just a little less abhorrent (mostly because I’m not the one doing the touching of feet).
So you can imagine my own surprise to tell that we are planning to wash the feet of some homeless men and women on Saturday, June 21. By some, I mean whomever comes – be it one person or one hundred.Read More
All I could think today when the barefoot man with half a right foot walked up today was "Did Jesus really mean it when he said, 'Whatever you do unto the least of these, you do unto me'"?Read More