Thoughts He Changed: Changing our Community

 

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I’m back again with another brand new Thoughts He Changed vlog! This one features Pastor Carl Day, a pastor of two church campuses located in New Jersey and Philadelphia. Below in the video, Pastor Carl shares how God changed his way of thinking about how communities are changed. Read his bio below to find out more about him, and watch the video. I pray it blesses you.


Bio:

Carl Day of North Philadelphia,

Is a Servant of Christ, Husband, Father, Pastor of Both Culture Changing Christians Worship Center campuses in Glen Ridge NJ & Philadelphia Pa and President/Founder of The outreach Non-Profit Organization Culture Changing Christians Inc Philadelphia, PA.

Pastor Carl leads with the “Participatory Defense Hub” in Philly assisting those who are fighting for their freedom against the justice system. He also is on the Board of the “Victims/Co-Victims Subcommittee” for the “Philadelphia Gun Violence Prevention Task Force” as we lead the fight against gun violence in Philadelphia.

Carl has fought through the odds of society and various trials of life from growing up without his biological father, being a teen parent, and even finding his way in prison.

Through Christ, Carl has been able to overcome all obstacles and has made it his mission to help change the culture of Philadelphia and many at risk cities like it, so that youths across the country will not make the same mistakes nor be influenced by the horrible culture surrounding them.

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