Minister to homeless may lose his modest travel trailer homebase


Susan Latham Carr writes on about the Rev. David Stephenson who currently lives in “a small, well-worn travel trailer in the Ocala (Florida) Municipal Trailer Park” and ministers to the homeless.

“When I walk out of here at nighttime, I am at work,” Stephenson said.

“But Stephenson may soon have to find a new home base, because the city of Ocala is making people who live in mobile units in the trailer park leave by August.”

Read full article here.

Photo: The Rev. David Stephenson, who says he ministers to the homeless, will have to make alternative arrangements to live when he is kicked out of his trailer park. Alan Youngblood/ Staff Photographer

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