The centurion at the foot of the crucified Christ looked up at Christ and said, “Surely this one was innocent.” I felt then and I feel now that this is my ministry. — Jim McCloskey

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Did your family support you?

When I announced to my parents that I was going to become a minister, they almost had a heart attack. That’s number one. Mom said to me, “I don’t think you’re cut out for ministry, but if that’s what you want we’ll support you.”
Ultimately they gave me a lot of support. After I graduated and decided this was my calling, they began to come around a little bit and understand and support. It was very difficult for them at times, mostly they were afraid for my safety because I was going up to Newark and investigating. My safety was their greatest concern. They also thought maybe I was lost, when really I was found.

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