We are first living examples of helping those in need in our own homes, families and communities closest to us. We call this “individual service.” Each person takes on a spirit of generous giving, meeting the needs of those close to us. As we become consistent at meeting these needs, we then branch out to meet the needs of others. This takes on many forms such as sharing our time, knowledge, possessions, and finances.
"To believe in men is the first step toward helping them."
"Do what you can, with what you have, where you are."
"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."
"May I never get too busy in my own affairs that I fail to respond to the needs of others with kindness and compassion."
"No individual or nation can be great if it does not have a concern for 'the least of these'."
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
"It is more blessed to give, than to receive."
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As individual givers, we also come together as a collective to serve our community. Collective Service includes specific missions the organization identifies where we can have an impact for the poor, weak, and the needy. Join us in the fight to end food insecurity!
Project Weekend Food Sacks
Imagine being a child in a home where food runs out because there's not enough to go around. Then trying to go to school hungry, and concentrate on learning.
Childhood Food Solutions in Cincinnati, Ohio developed a solution for this that has been proven over the last 10 years. Help us replicate this program to the poorest community in Columbus, OH.
Ohio is one of the 10 worst states in the US for food insecurity.
We are called by God to “open our mouths” for the speechless, the poor, weak, and the needy (Proverbs 31:8, 9). We identify opportunities to give generously, that we also publicly invite others to join with us in meeting those needs. See below for needs that you can join us in meeting!
Project Hope and Future
For years Pastor Ravindra Babu would see children wandering in the streets of India. They had no one to take care of them or give them food to eat.
As Pastor Ravindra prayed about this, God laid on his heart to provide them with food, shelter, education, and a spiritual foundation in God's word. This led to the formation of Hope Home.
Pastor Ravindra Babu of Vision of Hope Ministry and the children of Hope Home.
Church for Bangladesh
Missionary Khokon Beapare frequently visits the hilly areas of Bangladesh, sharing God's love with the local people. Every winter blankets are distributed to help warm them during the cold winter nights in their modest homes.
This community does not have their own place to worship. For just $2000 a basic structure can be erected providing a place of worship and fellowship for this community.
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A village in the Hilly Area of Bangladesh hopes to have their own church home.