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Friends Help Friends, God Moves Hearts

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Jocelyn Sideco traveled to New Orleans to help a friend help a friend. She had no intention of settling in the city, but God had plans for her. Today Sideco is co-founder of Contemplatives in Action, a Christian community located in the midst of New Orleans’ recovering neighborhoods. In a reflection piece, she explores the way God moved her to become more contemplative about the work she went to do and how “their” story became “our” story for her. Read “Radical Trust: Our Christian Roots,” the story of a life converted, on the Forum for Theological Exploration website.



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