Saturdays at 24-7 have always been our busiest, as the suburbanites & out-of-towners drive in for some down time with God, & others such as Pastors fill the booths in sermon prep time for Sunday. But mid day, it's the interns that fill the site every weekend, hungry to work out this goodness revolution we've been working to bring to an inner-city neighborhood 24-7's Justice Project has been serving in this year. This morning every conceivable space of the main prayer room was filled with Justice Project volunteers stopping in to get anchored to the rhyme & reason for all the activity that makes it possible to feed 50 hungry families. When I talked vision & unpacked text that offered reason why this was a way to live more than simply a thing to do... grown men cried. But, when this multitude begans to do mercy & justice not as a project but as a lifestyle...then you will see me weep... tears of joy. This year the Justice Project has sought to transform this inner city nieghborhood while simultaneously apprenticing about 400 individuals in practicing the rthymns of prayer & living out full-frontal justice. Here rounding year's end, I find myself asking this one question; did we get the job done?