In 2015, we had been wanting to be more hands-on in our area. We recognized that there was a huge population of drug dealers, addicts, alcoholics, homeless, and sex workers in one of our neighbourhoods. The heart of God beat within us to see healing and restoration. In January 2016, we began to intercede in the streets, walking in the neighbourhoods and high streets, asking for the Kingdom of God to reign. The first months were hard and very cold, even spiritually. Sometimes our team came back a bit discouraged, desperately wanting to see breakthrough. In April of 2016, our team grew, and we were sending intercessors to every corner of our neighbourhood. We began to really hear God’s desires for these people. He spoke to us about mercy and compassion, His jealousy for the people He created, and unconditional love. He began showing us strategies for our spiritual warfare but also strategies to interact with the people in the right way. God spoke a lot about giving us keys to enter into these places or people’s lives. Then we began to see the fruit! Many of the buildings that were known for drugs or prostitution began shutting down or literally being demolished. We knew God was moving like crazy! We felt God was ready to more. He wanted us to continue with hearts of intercession, but to begin taking steps of faith and taking risks to get outside our own boxes. Friday nights became evangelism nights- taking tea, coffee, soup, and biscuits to the streets to give to whoever wanted it. We play worship music and spend time with the people in the streets. Every winter we have a miraculous donation of coats, scarves, gloves, and socks to give to the women prostituting and bring Christmas gifts for them. They are so touched to even have received something! The main focus of this ministry is to reach out to those who have been marked or labelled as “unloved” or “unworthy”, but also to the ones who have been used, abused and abandoned. The Lord is seeking even the furthest heart and we are putting ourselves in a position to be His vessels.