Young people find God on inner-city streets

At a time when statistics paint a depressing picture of juvenile crime in American cities and many children are growing up without love, discipline, or security, it's heartening to talk with young men like Rich Williamson and Christ Womack. They are confounders of God's Posse, a group that is deeply committed to restoring hope to the young people of their neighborhood of Roxbury, Boston, and to showing them how their lives can be changed through an understanding of the truths of the Bible.

We spoke with Rich and Chris about their collaboration and about their unusual ministry.

September 23, 1996
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