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George Kranock, a self-described traveling evangelist, kisses his dog Tulip at the rear of his aging Ford van during a break from his street evangelism in Kennesaw, Ga.  Kranock, 74, originally from New Jersey, uses his meager Social Security benefits to pay for his gas and lives on day-old sandwiches from grocery stores as they travel throughout the South, standing along busy highways to hold his ‘Honk 4 Jesus’ sign.  He seeks no donations or financial support. “I have a special love for Georgia. People here really do love the Lord,” he said. “This is my calling, to let people know Jesus loves them.”

George Kranock, a self-described traveling evangelist, kisses his dog Tulip at the rear of his aging Ford van during a break from his street evangelism in Kennesaw, Ga. Kranock, 74, originally from New Jersey, uses his meager Social Security benefits to pay for his gas and lives on day-old sandwiches from grocery stores as they travel throughout the South, standing along busy highways to hold his ‘Honk 4 Jesus’ sign. He seeks no donations or financial support. “I have a special love for Georgia. People here really do love the Lord,” he said. “This is my calling, to let people know Jesus loves them.”