Have you ever come across someone you would describe as “not quite right” or “troubling”? The person might just be socially awkward, or maybe your unease around them might be due to deeper reasons. An increasing number of people suffer from mental health issues that make it difficult to live a normal life, and without the proper support or resources, these individuals often find themselves homeless. In The Church and The Community, Page 60, the story of an eclectic attendee named Nicholas was told, and no matter the issues he struggled with, his Church and Pastor cared about Nicholas deeply. Unfortunately though, Nicholas’ continued struggles led to him resent others for not helping enough, and he turned on the people who cared most. So while you balance having a big heart for people who are not quite right, or troubling, be sure you are equipped to safely navigate the deeper issues.