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Farewell to Fair Street Block Party was held with almost 1200 meals served, 400 Bibles distributed and eight reported salvations! See the Gainesville Times article here
Ministry sparks goodwill with local woman. Article at Access North Georgia.
Ministering to people living under the bridge. Article at Access North Georgia
In cooperation with Fair Street Elementary School, Belmont Baptist Church, Blackshear Place Baptist Church, The Gideons, and individual volunteers over 400 meals were served to homeless and underprividgled families at the old Fair Street Elementary School. Article at Access North Georgia
In cooperation with Fair Street Elementary School, Belmont Baptist Church, Blackshear Place Baptist Church, The Gideans, and individual volunteers over 400 meals were served to homeless and underprividgled families at the old Fair Street Elementary School.
In cooperation with Belmont Baptist Church, Blackshear Place Baptist Church, Hopewell Baptist Church, Helping Hands Ministry, sponsors and volunteers, Feed the Need helped serve over 1700 meals and witness nine salvations at the Halleluiah Block Party held in Melrose Park in Gainesville. Video
Rico prepared meals and served a number of homeless at the OK Coin Laundry. Belmont Baptist Church’s College and Career Class laundered clothes.
Meals were prepared and delivered at the OK Coin Laundry. Belmont Baptist Church’s College and Career Class provided quarters and detergent to wash and dry laundry for a number of homeless and low income individuals.
Sixteen home-cooked meals were prepared by Rico and delivered at the OK Coin Laundry and to a residence. Belmont Baptist Church’s College and Career Class provided quarters and detergent to wash and dry laundry for a number of homeless and low income individuals. Michael, who suffers from diabetes was transported to his residence.04/25/2010
Chris and Robert who live under the bridge were transported to Blackshear Place Baptist church to attend Sunday School and Worship Services.04/19/2010
Feed the Need Ministry and Belmont Baptist Church’s College and Career Class met at OK Coin Laundry and washed clothes for and fed fourteen individuals, eight of who live up under the Queen City Pkwy bridge. Afterwards, Rico discussed the block party coming on May 15. We had a prayer circle, then gathered to hear the awesome testimony from Roy, a homeless person who has been taken in by people at Free Chapel, followed by some great Biblical discussion. We noticed a real improvement in a number of people present – less evidence of drugs and alcohol, better physical appearance and state of mind, and a real sense of hope. What was really cool is that Christians from four churches across several denominations and homeless people were all gathered together in Biblical discussion standing in the parking lot in front of the OK Coin Laundry as the sun set and the Spirit of God plainly present.
Feed the Need transported Robert to Hopewell Baptist Church for Services and Sunday School.
Feed the Need Ministry and Belmont Baptist Church’s College and Career Class met at OK Coin Laundry and provided a meal of Nathan’s hotdogs along with chips, soft drinks, and brownies, and laundry for about ten people. Rico discussed the May 15th Block party to be held in Melrose Park from 11:00am to 6:00pm and asked for volunteers amoung the people being fed. We are praying that over one thousand may be ministered to on that Saturday. Video
Feed the Need Ministry and Belmont Baptist Church’s College and Career Class met at OK Coin Laundry and provided a meal and laundry for a number of people.
Rico cooked a full Easter dinner (a few days early) including bar-b-qued chicken, a delicious baked mac-n-cheese dish, green beens, creamed corned, mashed potatoes, cucumbers, rolls and lemon cake. Man was it good. We fed about a dozen homeless individuals. Rico prayed before the meal. One of men lost his mother this past week and his brother is in prison. He was contemplating suicide, although it was unclear how serious he was, or whether he just drumming up sympathy so someone would buy him a bus ticket to New Orleans. It was hard to know what to do, but our policy is typically we don’t give out money or buy tickets to places. Other than that, we had some good fellowship. Video
In partnership with Blackshear Place Baptist Church, Feed the Need Ministry delivered boxes of food, clothing and personal items to ten individuals “under the bridge” on Industrial Dr. We met several new homeless, one who was just released from prison, and another who was from Mexico (most likely illegally). Before departing, Rico led the group in prayer as we all held hands.
Met at the OK Coin Laundry and brought grilled Nathan’s hotdogs, Jason brought chili, and Rico brought chips, soda’s, gum and cookies(yum!) Enjoyed mixing and conversing with about ten homeless. Several are interested in work, but have no ID. The College and Careers group and their Pastor from Belmont Baptist were there conversing and putting quarters in the machines and providing detergent.
Several of us went to the OK Coin Laundry, Rico brought food, some batteryless generator-flashlights were distributed and the College and Careers group and their Pastor from Belmont Baptist putting money in the washers/dryers and provided detergent for washing clothes. About eight homeless individuals were assisted.
Breakfast was served to eight homeless individuals under the bridge. The menu included biscuits and peppered gravy with sausage, scrambled eggs, and Tropicana orange juice. We enjoyed conversation and the meal with the residents under the bridge. A cross had been put up by some another group, and services are being held there on Sundays!
Feed the Need delivered prepared meals and clothing to a group of homeless in downtown Gainesville this afternoon in the parking lot of a business near the bridge on Industrial.a cialis online con paypal