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Jusst Dale By Debby Coughlan
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Dale Dunning is a modern day saint who sets out each day to nourish the hungry and comfort the disheartened. This humble servant has created a unique ministry called Jusst Sooup that fearlessly goes... More > where it is needed most. In 2009, Dunning was featured as a Hero of the Week in People magazine, followed by a Heroes in Hard Times appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2010. In 2011, Dunning was selected for “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” which included an opportunity to cook with Chef Michael Symon who wrote the foreword for this book. Author Debby Coughlan sculpts Dale Dunning in her purest form: a woman who is strong but vulnerable, clearly called to serve, and ultimately defined by the way she handles her own bumps in the road. Dunning’s soup kitchens are spectacular places, capable of extraordinary transformations—shattering the traditional depiction of homelessness and despair. In fact, "Jusst Dale" teaches us that perhaps we’re all homeless until we discover where to hang our hearts.< Less
Jusst Dale By Debby Coughlan
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Dale Dunning is a modern day saint who sets out each day to nourish the hungry and comfort the disheartened. This humble servant has created a unique ministry called Jusst Sooup that fearlessly goes... More > where it is needed most. In 2009, Dunning was featured as a Hero of the Week in People magazine, followed by a Heroes in Hard Times appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2010. In 2011, Dunning was selected for “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” which included an opportunity to cook with Chef Michael Symon who wrote the foreword for this book. Author Debby Coughlan sculpts Dale Dunning in her purest form: a woman who is strong but vulnerable, clearly called to serve, and ultimately defined by the way she handles her own bumps in the road. Dunning’s soup kitchens are spectacular places, capable of extraordinary transformations—shattering the traditional depiction of homelessness and despair. In fact, "Jusst Dale" teaches us that perhaps we’re all homeless until we discover where to hang our hearts.< Less