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Jeremy Del Rio - Bagged Lunch and a Drop of Oil: Multiplying Resources for Urban Ministry - RELOAD 06-07

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Called, but underfunded. Impassioned, and hungry for more. Broke, and feeling alone. How do bi-vocational youth workers pay the bills and buy the stuff necessary to get the job done? Jesus received one recorded offering in his career. The disciples didn't get it. The masses were confused. But a boy with a bagged lunch understood, and his tuna fish sandwich fed 5,000. A husband's debts nearly cost a widow her son’s freedom. The prophet's response: “What's in your hand?” A few drops of oil and a town full of jars later, she bought their freedom. Let's explore how to turn tuna fish and empty bottles into resources for urban ministry.

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