From Nov. 23-24 I organized a 24 hour homeless vigil on the front lawn of my church. Some of the vigilers slept in boxes, like many people who are homeless do. We limited the food variety to soup and bread, just like we may have received in many soup kitchens. I intentionally organized the vigil for the day after Thanksgiving because this is a holiday where many people have all that they can eat and don't stop eating until they are stuffed. In contrast, I thought that it would be powerful for people to realize how little homeless people have, especially on Thanksgiving. This is why I called the vigil "Feast or Famine." All of the money that was raised at the vigil was split between the local soup kitchen and homeless shelter.