Voluntary Poverty

A lifestyle of cheerful, voluntary poverty or simplicity in order to identify with Jesus and the poor

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Voluntary Poverty
 
The Charism of Voluntary Poverty is defined as being ‘A lifestyle of cheerful, voluntary poverty or simplicity in order to identify with Jesus and the poor.’ I have always felt drawn to live amongst the poor in order to reach out to them with God’s love. When we lived in the Midlands our church was in a very poor area, yet my husband and I deliberately chose to live close to the church in order to show God’s love the surrounding community.  
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