Renée C. Byer/rbyer@sacbee.com

Marc Berrier, 37, right, approaches a homeless man living in a cardboard box to offer coffee and donuts during the Union Gospel Mission’s Morning Watch program. Berrier who was bused to Seattle where he knew no one from Rawson-Neal psychiatric hospital in Las Vegas, NV was an alcoholic and used to be homeless. He now has graduated from the addiction recovery program at the Seattle's Union Gospel Mission and goes out from 6am-9am every morning as part of their morning watch program to spread Christianity and pass out coffee and donuts to the homeless. In center is Jason Bennett an intern in the program.

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