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Man behind The Van driven to help

By Ginny Monk

This article was published December 3, 2017 at 2:21 a.m.

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“I was supposed to get by and check on that guy that night, and I did not,” Reddin said of a homeless man. “He froze to death. Right there in his spot, he froze to death.”

“Most of my very best friends still sleep in a tent. That’s a big part of The Van … we are intentionally relational as opposed to being programmatic.”

Aaron Reddin carries his work with him.

“Most of my very best friends still sleep in a tent. That’s a big part of The Van … we are intentionally relational as opposed to being programmatic.”

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