It's easy to love people who can't help themselves. We give to the poor. We feed the hungry. But what about the criminals, the prostitutes, the alcoholics, and the sluggards? Christ calls us to love them all the same. The haunting voice in this video is that of General William Booth, founder of The Salvation Army. It was recorded in 1910. Booth was an incredible example of what it means to help the helpless and love the unlovable. The organization he founded in 1865 continues to be one of the largest distributors of humanitarian aid. A powerful reminder to show in sermons or small groups.