We are a conduit of redistribution of food, clothing, Bibles and supplies from God’s hand to front line ministries who sometimes don’t have the resources to feed and clothe those in need, in their communities. We co-serve, like Epaphroditus did for Paul in Philippians, chapter 2, bringing material offerings and the Good News of the gospel of Jesus Christ to those who are ministering the Gospel to the hurting and broken in their areas. We share resources across denominational lines and we receive product to redistribute in many ways, including picking up excess from multiple restaurants, sharing with churches and other ministries, donations from individuals, and we also receive directly from corporate sources.
In serving the Body of Christ in this capacity, ministries are encouraged with a renewed sense of purpose and our hope is that the Church’s focus turns to thinking outside the 4 walls, to serve those who would not necessarily walk into a church building. Because then, as we share the love of Jesus and provide materially to hurting people, we see souls coming to Christ, discipleship opportunities arise and the Church grows.
We focus on gathering these 3 types of provisions. . .
We prioritize and distribute to those in extreme poverty.
Sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ in the process.