ROSWELL, Ga. (UMNS) -- "I have $800 left. No house, I'm living with a friend. I'm lost. I'm scared."
"I have been without a job for a year. I never thought it would happen to me."
"I'm technically homeless. I travel back and forth from my sister's place and my parents'."
Clay Redmon, 43; Lisa L. Lampkin, 53; and David Hampe, 25, came to Roswell United Methodist Church on a rainy Monday afternoon because they need help: They need a job.
Every second and fourth Monday, the doors at Roswell are wide open for job seekers. Dinner, understanding, encouragement and networking are all served free.
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