Hugh Hollowell is an ordained minister in the Mennonite Church USA, and is the pastor and founder of Love Wins Ministries in Raleigh, NC, a worshiping community that provides pastoral care among the chronically homeless community. Hugh’s writing has appeared in the Washington Post, Sojourner’s, The Huffington Post and on Tony Campolo’s Red Letter Christians, and he has appeared on everything from NPR’s Morning Edition to Fox News to CNN and Al Jazeera. He lectures at a wide range of universities and colleges, including Duke, Campbell University, Antioch College and Swarthmore College. Hugh and his wife live in Downtown Raleigh, where they are trying to love their neighbors and are co-parenting 4 chickens, two cats and about 20,000 bees.
Stories that Heal, Stories that Kill
Hugh Hollowell, Pastor at Love Wins Ministries in Raleigh, a congregation of people experiencing homelessness, presents: Stories that Heal, Stories that Kill. The stories we tell about our work, our mission trips and our outreach programs have the potential to do an incredible amount of good – or harm. Do we make room for the stories of the people we minister among, or have we turned them into props in a movie about us? Hugh will draw from his decade of work among people experiencing homelessness as we explore ways to tell stories that build people, instead of colonizing them.