Enoch Magazine travels to Oakland California with World Impact Dir. Paul Chan. Paul has been the director of World Impact Bay Area, which includes both World Impact San Francisco and World Impact Oakland for the past 8 years. Being actively involved with both the Asian church community and the residents of West Oakland, Paul Chan found a way to unite both cultures.
The Covenant Church has partnered with the Fred Jordan Mission to launch a outpost for ministry and evangelism in Skid Row. Enoch Magazine teams up with the Covenant Church to document Covenant Pastors and volunteers serving the homeless in Skid Row Los Angeles. Fred Jordan Mission has been serving the homeless of Skid Row Los […]
Nate and his wife spent a lot of time hanging out on the streets of Skid Row in the year they were living at Union Rescue Mission. It was during this time they met Joyce. Joyce is an alcoholic who is homeless and living on the streets of Skid Row but she loves Jesus and has a passion to share Jesus with everyone.
This is the most honest interview we’ve ever done with someone who lives on the streets of Skid Row.
The Kingdom Center is quite possibly the coolest thing we’ve seen “the church” do. They pick up the homeless each day, bring them to the church and offer them food, clothing, showers, counseling, etc. Then, if that wasn’t enough, they bought an beat up motel next to the ocean and convinced 18 churches in the Ventura community to join together and sponsor individual rooms as transitional family housing.
The Enoch Magazine crew loves to hit the road. While on a speaking in Sacramento, California, we had the chance to catch up with Kenyan Rapper, Samu. While in Sacramento we bought some records and Samu throw down some lyrics in “The Record Challenge #1.”
Carter Theis was asked to go to Angola State Penitentiary with The Navigators. He was able to film the team ministering to the prisoners, as well as a Jazz Concert that was put on for the men. There was also a Talent Show, Art classes, cell to cell ministry and and interview with Warden Burl […]
Bill Moritz works for The Navigators; a ministry headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO. But once a year, he travels with friends to do prison ministry at Angola State Penitentiary. On this last trip he brought along Ryan Dobson, who did an interview with Sirvorris Sutton, a father serving a life sentence while working at the prison’s own radio station.
My Style Ambassadors is a skateboard company that was birthed out of a vision to reach kids at skateparks. They make their own skateboards, wheels and clothes and they have their own skate team. Every weekend, they are either hosting events at skate parks or busing in ramps to communities without a skate parks. This is John’s testimony…one of the riders for M.S.A.