Letter to the Editor: As Christians, we must reach out to homeless in godly way

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To the editor: 

There seems to be more homelessness here in Franklin.  

I recently saw a fair-skin African American woman sleeping around a few areas here in Franklin. I reached out to her, and I now have her story. 

We, as Christians, and as a great community in Williamson County have no right to judge anyone based on their skin tone. This woman, indeed, is homeless, but she knows who God is and the plan he has for her alone on her journey. She has a full-time job.  

We should be reaching out to help the homeless in some way. Her name is Michelle. If you may just so happen to see her or pass by her, do what God has placed in our hearts to do what is right. 

Margaret McBride 

Franklin

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