The daily and nightly offices of Street Outreach Workers are inside drug houses, abandoned buildings, under bridges, and within domestic violence and emergency shelters.
Street Outreach Workers don’t just go to places most people try to avoid, meeting our most marginalized and traumatized youth and young adults where they’re at, giving them food, water, blankets, first aid kits and hygiene products. Street Outreach Workers build trust with those who have every reason not to trust anyone. Street Outreach Workers facilitate healing and powerful transformation in uncontrolled and sometimes volatile situations.
There have been many books written about leadership, transformation and inspiration, but few books take the reader on a journey inside of true life-or-death situations, demonstrating how our deepest needs, if frozen by trauma, can be thawed with the light of love, service and leadership.
Anthony Goulet relaunched The Four in May of 2021 in a larger book format to make the reading experience more enjoyable. But his primary reason for relaunching The Four is because taking the sacred walk from our heads back to our hearts to reclaim our vision, mission, dreams and purpose is real, important, possible, and more necessary now than ever before.
Love, Prayer, Laughter and Tears are The Four. They are four best friends who were separated for four years because they listened to the voices of strangers instead of their own sacred, unified voice. But with the help of Remember, Vision, Dreams and Purpose, the Four take a four-day journey to reunite, save the world, and do one other thing. Join the Four on this journey and you will remember the answers that have been within you all along.
God, Help Me Tie My Shoes! The Sacred Contract of Fatherhood has been utilized by actor/author Hill Harper's Manifest Your Destiny Foundation as a teaching tool for youth mentors. This wonderful book is endorsed by national leaders in youth violence prevention, gang prevention, parenting, and personal transformation. In God, Help Me Tie My Shoes! The Sacred Contract of Fatherhood a young person named Carlos is guided by prevention workers in transforming the poisons of violence, abandonment, disappointment and heartbreak into healing medicines for himself, his family, his community, and eventually, his father. The story is a fictional story based on very non-fictional events that must be addressed for the healing of our communities throughout the world. This book offers solutions for youth, answers for communities, techniques for professionals, a plea to fathers, and inspiration for all.