We have spent the last thirteen years doing life together in communities . . .
. . . where poverty and injustice oppress some of the most vulnerable of our brother and sister human beings. We have felt the despair of systemic injustice that keeps us and them in cycles of poverty and pain. We have also been inspired by Jesus’ descriptions of what he called The Kingdom of God, what Martin Luther King Jr. later called The Beloved Community, and we want to help make it a reality by sharing our experiences and working together with others who are also dreaming of heaven on earth.