Everett committed to solidarity with the poor ‘for the long haul’

A Dominican theologian from Peru helped Jeremy Everett, founding director of the Texas Hunger Initiative, realize his calling to serve the poor involved a long-term commitment to live in solidarity with them.

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Jeremy Everett was a young Baptist seminary graduate grappling with exactly how to answer his calling—to serve the poor—when he found the answer in a kitchen in Waco, at a birthday party for a Dominican priest from Peru.

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