January was a whirlwind as soooo many people and churches joined us in raising money for the school. In February, I sent an email with a “Thank You” video to each person who donated. In March, we sent two hand written “Thank You” cards to each person who donated. However, there are about 7 … More Thank You Letters?
Today the schools are closed because it is Labor Day! This means the workers at the center receive a day off also. I have zero problems with closing the center except the children miss a day of lunch. So we delivered bag lunches to the students. I sent home a note telling of the … More Bag Lunches
We are attempting to provide you with perspectives from other people involved in GRACE’s Feeding Center. Some of the videos will be from moms, dads, or students. The videos take time to translate and edit. Soy does all of the behind the scene work for the videos. We work really well together–I tell him I … More From a Mother…
I am very hesitate to share every detail of ways we minister to people because I do not want it to seem like I am boasting on us in any way. We quickly realize every small or big act is simply to make Christ known. When we see a need and respond then we are … More Little Things Like Water!
“God’s revelation does not need the light of human genius, the polish and strength of human culture, the brilliancy of human thought, the force of human brains to adorn or enforce it; but it does demand the simplicity, the docility, humility, and faith of a child’s heart.” ― E.M. Bounds, Power Through Prayer Thankfully, we … More Ministry on the Mountain
19 Pizzas, 21 Liters of Pepsi, 5 Bags of Cheese Puffs, 64 Cupcakes, 800 Eggs, 20 Pounds of Candy, 14 Prize Eggs, Many Hours of Preparation, 10 Minutes for the Egg Hunt, 64 Smiling Faces! The children were extremely excited to participate in the egg hunt today. Last year they were a bit confused about … More Egg Hunt!
The groups have been captivated by the stories leading up to the arrest of Jesus. Bro. Mark’s dramatization makes a strong connection with the children as he explained the last supper, the Garden of Gethsemane, and Peter’s denial of Jesus. He left the older group reflect and ponder the question, “Are there times when we … More The Road to Easter
We are spending the next weeks focused on the events leading to the resurrection of Jesus. The children are enjoying hearing parts of the stories from different speakers and making crafts to go along with the stories. Yesterday, Joshua Campbell shared about the events of Palm Sunday and Jesus clearing the temple with the … More The Road to Easter…
Yesterday we celebrated Irma’s 35th birthday. Since life doesn’t always go as planned, she is a single mother raising 6 children ranging from ages 1 to 18. When we asked her what is one thing she would do different in the last 35 years she said, “I would finish school.” Thankfully, two of her children, … More Friday Fun!