IMPACT
11/02/2011 11:36 am ET Updated Jan 02, 2012

Atlanta CEO Leads Way In Reducing Cycle Of Homelessness, Poverty, Abuse

In 1991 Christ Episcopal Church parishioner Josh Costell felt the urging in his heart to donate $25,000 to begin an outreach ministry for homeless families. As fellow parishioner Nancy Yancey sat in the pew across the aisle, she had no idea at the time how that gift would change the course of her life and the lives of homeless families.

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