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Myth Chapel

Sep 6, 2022 | Mission Myth Busters

Myth: You force people to go to chapel

Should rescue missions force feed someone the gospel before feeding them a meal? Dennis Van Kampen, CEO of Mel Trotter Ministries, talks about the old Mission model of making people go to chapel in order to get a meal and a bed, and how MTM is taking a new approach – one that offers choices and actually leads more people to a relationship with Jesus.

The Mission Myth Busters series seeks to address misconceptions about homelessness and helps to bring awareness to issues people experiencing homelessness face.

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