Here is an amazing story of one man’s ministry of prayer, listening and forgiveness.
TORONTO – It’s a cool autumn night, and Robert Kinghorn begins his downtown ministry as night falls on Jarvis Street in downtown Toronto. Amid the hustle and bustle of night life near a local hamburger joint, Kinghorn stands out sporting a white Roman collar.
But here on these streets, Kinghorn, the 26-year deacon with a background in prison ministry, seems at ease.
Toronto’s unofficial red light district isn’t where you’d expect to find hope and a prayer. But here on “the track,” the notorious downtown area with a well-earned reputation for crime and prostitution, is where Kinghorn has been ministering to people once a week for the past six years.
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