Bill Crews finds acceptance halfway across the world, in a tent full of strangers – Life Matters

It was a moment in a makeshift tent in a refugee camp in Calais nicknamed ‘The Jungle’ that changed Reverend Bill Crews life forever.

He was surrounded by refugees with lived experience of drug addiction who were holding a Narcotics Anonymous meeting, and sharing their stories. Then they asked to hear his as well.

Guest:

Reverend Bill Crews AM, who’s given over 3 million meals to the hungry and taught thousands of underprivileged kids to read. He is on the National Trust’s list of 100 “National Living Treasures”. His memoir is called Twelve Rules for Living a Better Life



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