(SUN-SENTINEL) — They run a drive-thru service, but they don’t want your prescription or your dry cleaning. They won’t ask if you want fries with that. And they won’t charge a cent.
At the Christian Life Center, all they want to do is pray for you.
For five Fridays, volunteers of the Pentecostal congregation have waved people into its driveway at 2699 W. Commercial Blvd., under the double-wide canopy. There, the volunteers ask what’s on your heart. Divorce? Foreclosure? Surgery? Chewed out by the boss? No problem too big or small.
“Many times they’re at the end of their rope, and a lot of them have never come to church,” says Outreach Pastor Sol Levy, who leads the ministry. “This is less intimidating.”