That’s somebody’s son or daughter

Wendy Schops is a mom, a biker, and a formerly rebellious woman who has been changed. “What’s your story?” Wendy asks of others with the biker persona. Wendy says, “Growing up, we never knew who would be at our breakfast table… my dad would pick up hitchhikers. Our house was a revolving door.” Wendy says, “Don’t look at somebody and put them in a box. No matter what you wear… we have a conversation and share the love of Christ and how much God loves us.” Wendy continues, “We open the door, that person opens up, we plant the seed. And I say, ‘God, go with that person so they will grow!'”

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