Homeless individuals, people in dire need, and panhandlers could be described as the forgotten portions of society. Often times, these individuals have signs. What they write on their signs says a lot about their perspective on life and responsibility. If we were in their shoes and we needed to rely on the graciousness of someone else, what would we write on our sign?
Nathan Ekama grew up in Ohio and completed his undergraduate studies at Kent State University. He has a background in Sociology, Family Dynamics, and Statistical Analysis. Before being hired into the full-time ministry in 2015 he worked in the Energy Efficiency industry and prior to that, taught in university and primary education. Nathan currently serves as a Pastor in Central Illinois as well as an Assistant Pastor for the congregation in Terre Haute, Indiana. Nathan and his wife, Jacqueline, have three children.