After spending years working with Winnipeg's homeless community, a doctor has taken up writing to share the stories of the city's less fortunate, and the lessons they've taught him about serving Jesus and others.

Dr. Neil Craton, who works at Legacy Sports Medicine in St. Vital, has been practicing medicine for close to 35 years.

He has served as one of the team doctors for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers for about 20 years, as well as one of the team doctors for the National Women's Volleyball team for about 25 years. During his spare time, he also volunteers at Siloam Mission.

Most recently, Dr. Craton decided to write a book, Wisdom from the Homeless: Lessons a doctor learned at a homeless shelter. He says writing the book was a decision that had already been made for him.

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