(Editor's note: As of Sept. 5, this posting was revised. We regret the errors in the earlier version.)
Anne Graham Lotz wowed the homeless crowd at the Bowery Mission in New York City yesterday.
Taking time off from a tour promoting her new book about Abraham, The Magnificent Obsession, Lotz told the men and women at the mission about how she deeply wanted a more vital relation to God.
She asked the audience if they "ever felt left out, felt shut out, that the world has discarded you?"
"Listen to me," she said to the group. "No matter how shut out you are, this is not all there is. There is nothing at all that God won't forgive." (Click here for Time magazine's author interview.)
From the crowd of homeless, some nine individuals came forward during her altar call to pray with Lotz that Jesus would come into their lives.
James Macklin, director of outreach at the mission observed, "I know those guys and the one woman who went up. They are in search ...1