Ministry Update 12-19-17 by Travis Sharpe

Here’s a look at what’s going on right now at Unsheltered International.

 We were blessed to be with Unity Baptist Church in Ripley, MS this past Sunday for their Christmas program and with Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church the Sunday before. As always, we appreciate the invitations we get to share with our partner churches. I’m especially thankful for my family who travels with me and makes it so much fun!


In the Philippines ministry, our team had to delay their Christmas program for the children because of a typhoon that came through and caused massive rainfall and some flooding. They have re-schedueled the festivities for December 23rd. That’s good because it gives us a little more time to bring in the needed funds. So, if you would still like to donate toward the children’s Christmas, you can do that here.

Also in the Philippines, God has REALLY been blessing our meal center ministry with new sponsors. We currently have sixteen meal centers and out of those, ten of them are fully sponsored. Another four of the centers are partially sponsored and only two of them have yet to receive sponsors. I am truly grateful for the families and churches who have committed to providing for these children through our sponsorship program.

You can see who is sponsoring them by clicking here.

New Orleans mission trip

Our trip to New Orleans is right around the corner and everyone is getting really excited. We have over ten people who have paid their deposit and we have about ten more who have said they are going to be doing so real soon. If you are interested in joining us, you might want to go ahead and jump on board while there is still room.

 I’m expecting several people to sign up after Christmas but we only have hotel rooms for 30 people so I hope we won’t have to turn anyone away. We are doing something new this time by having a morning revival for three days in a row. Prayerfully, it will be a great week of ministering to people who are so often forgotten about by most of society.

I’m excited and ready for January 27th to get here! That’s our arrival date. The trip goes from Saturday the 27th- Thursday, February 1st.

You can see all the information about the trip by clicking here.

The Christmas catalog

People have been giving as a result of our gift catalog that highlights many of our ministries and unique ways to give to them. If you haven’t seen the catalog yet, you can view it on our website by clicking here. Thanks so much to everyone who has already given!

Thank you!

That’s about it for now. Thank you for following our ministry and for your prayers and support. There’s just no way we could continue without YOU.

Bro. Denny’s Trip to South Dakota-Full Report

Hey everyone!

If you read our most recent Ministry Update than you saw that Bro. Denny Mitchell took a trip to Rapid City, South Dakota, to meet with Pastor Eric Schafnitz to bring help and hope to the homeless.

The missionaries already there

Pastor Eric and Sister Dawn and their family are missionaries called to the Native American reservations. Just this September, Pastor Eric led the very first service of 1st Nations Baptist Church, their brand new church plant.

The work that was done 

Bro. Denny spent the week working hard to assist Pastor Eric searching the streets for those who are unsheltered and in need. They went out Tuesday through Saturday of that week finding people who were cold and hungry. They gave away items such as blankets, toboggans, coats, hygiene kits, and care packages filled with snacks and water. They invited people to church on Sunday and witnessed to everyone they met about Jesus Christ. They even ended up leading a woman to the Lord while she was on her break from work.

Bro. Denny noticed a difference from the homeless community in Rapid City compared to the others he has served in. For example, he and Bro. Eric could not find any homeless camps in the area like are common in most places he goes. He learned that the homeless there tend to stay mobile, traveling back and forth from the two reservations that Rapid City is located between. And if they should stay the night there, they will leave no trace by cleaning up all their trash.

Something else that Bro. Denny was not familiar with is the severe opposition from the gangs there. In other cities where Bro. Denny has gone, the local gangs recognize and even appreciate it when people are giving help to their people. But in Rapid City it is nearly the opposite, to the point that there have been threats against Bro. Eric and his family.

The growing church

For their mid-week service and their regular Sunday services, Bro. Denny was given the privilege to preach. Thursday night after Sister Dawn and the children sang and Bro. Denny preached, two Native Americans recognized their need for Jesus and were saved!

That Sunday marked the 10th service for 1st Nations Baptist Church and it experienced great blessings also. After taking the time that week to care for people and to invite them to church, they had a record attendance of 17 people come in to worship and be refreshed by hearing from God’s Word. Praise the Lord!

 We are very grateful and happy that God has allowed us to partner with them and be a help as they have a burden to reach the homeless in that community of Rapid City.

Special Opportunities to Give!

The Gift Catalog
If you have looked on our website or follow us on Facebook I am sure that you have seen us mention our brand new Gift Catalog. It tells of many different ways you can give to help others! It also gives you good information about each UI ministry highlighted in the catalog.

If you haven’t already seen or received a Gift Catalog you can click here and go straight to our online version.

Children Christmas Fund

We are very excited for our big Christmas Party for our meal center children in the Philippines! It’s going to be so much fun for these kids and a great blessing for their families with the gifts we are planning to give.

The total funds for this event is $5,000.

Ministry Update 12-5-17

Hey everyone, we hope you all had a great Thanksgiving this past November!

Bro. Denny in South Dakota

Just yesterday Bro. Denny Mitchell of our Unsheltered International team traveled back home to Virginia all the way from South Dakota where he worked and ministered with Pastor Eric Schafnitz to the homeless native Americans in Rapid City for the past week. Great things happened! The love of Jesus was shown and the needy were cared for. The Word of God was preached and souls were saved! We are looking forward to sharing all about it in the next few days with a full report coming your way.

Pictured above is Pastor Eric talking with a few people who have just received care packages from himself and Bro. Denny.

TGIF is Going Strong

Since our first night back in August of this year, TGIF has been blessed greatly as a ministry to those in the streets of Bacolod City, Philippines. That first night we brought in 23 guests to be fed and refreshed and now on an average Friday night, we have no less than 30. It has grown so much that two extra bath stalls are being built so we can be sure that every guest has a chance to shower before they change into their fresh, new clothes.

Our clients love to come to the Rescue Center every week to get help and comfort. Sister Liza, who leads this ministry with her husband, Pastor Antonio, even said, “They are all excited for Friday night! They feel like they belong.” What an amazing thing to hear. Not only are their obvious needs being met through a meal, shower, new clothes, and medical attention, but they know how loved they are by the care being given to them.

Checking In

Our Unsheltered International-Philippines street ministry team really makes an effort to keep good relationships with our clients. One of the main ways they accomplish this is to visit them during the week when its not one of the scheduled evenings to go out. Especially when there is an extra need of a client.

For example this past Sunday after attending and serving at her church, staff member Lovely Javier went to check on a young client who had been stabbed in the ankle by a banana stick. She took the time to clean up and bandage his wound, trying to keep it safe from the dirty, infectious environment in which he lives.

Here you can see Lovely in her Unsheltered International shirt during street ministry.

Special Opportunities to Give!

The Gift Catalog

If you have looked on our website or follow us on Facebook I am sure that you have seen us mention our brand new Gift Catalog. It tells of many different ways you can give to help others! It also gives you good information about each UI ministry highlighted in the catalog.

If you haven’t already seen or received a Gift Catalog you can click here and go straight to our online version.

Children Christmas Fund

We are very excited for our big Christmas Party for our meal center children in the Philippines! It’s going to be so much fun for these kids and a real blessing for their families with the gifts we are planning to give.

The total funds for this event is $5,000.

New Orleans January Mission Trip

We are excited to announce a special mission trip to New Orleans, LA January 27-February 2, 2018. Once again we will partner with Pastor Terry Rodgers to reach the homeless community with the gospel. This unique mission trip opportunity is being put together by Billy Sampson and Unsheltered International.

We will be having a special three day revival that is specifically for the people of New Orleans who are living on the streets and in the missions. We hope to encourage them with powerful singing and preaching each day. There will also be organized opportunities for everyone to minister out on the streets and under the bridges as we invite people to the revival and provide for their basic needs.

Pastor Clemon Chapell from Sunrise Baptist Church in Gary, IN will be preaching and the Sampson Family will be singing during the services! You don’t want to miss out on this wonderful Spirit-filled time!

The cost of the trip is $475 per person and there are only 30 spots available. The cost will cover your lodging and most of your meals. You will still have opportunities to have some meals on your own in New Orleans!

To sign up, call Billy Sampson at 219-805-8826. Travis Sharpe is organizing the ministry on the ground but brother Billy is organizing the trip and handling all the payments.

Use #unshelterednola2k18 on all your social media posts about this trip!


Below is the preliminary schedule:

Saturday January 27th- Groups arrive  (no scheduled activities, just arrive) You are on your own for meals that day.

Sunday 28th

  • Breakfast and service at Terrytown Family Baptist Church. Sampson Family will be singing.
  • Lunch after service (provided by UI)
  • Free after lunch, no more activities for the day

Monday 29th

  • Groups on their own for breakfast
  • 10am-2pm homeless outreach. (meet at the church at 10) We will split into groups of 6-10 and go out to pass out snack bags and invite people to the revival which will start the next day.
  • Groups on their own for lunch
  • 6 pm- Dinner at Grace Baptist Church with special message about ministering to the homeless by Travis Sharpe (dinner provided by Grace Baptist)

Tuesday 30th

  • Breakfast at church at 9am. (provided by UI)
  • Revival service immediately after breakfast (around 10 or whenever finished with breakfast)
  • Resources available after the service
  • Lunch after the resources (provided by UI)
  • Homeless outreach after lunch until 4pm
  • Dinner at 6pm at Cosmopolitan Baptist Church (provided by UI)

Wednesday 31st

  • Breakfast at church at 9am. (provided by UI)
  • Revival service immediately after breakfast (around 10 or whenever finished with breakfast)
  • Resources available after the service
  • Lunch after the resources (provided by UI)
  • Homeless outreach after lunch until 4pm
  • Attend church at Cosmopolitan Baptist and have dinner there after service (dinner provided by Cosmopolitan)

Thursday 1st

  • Breakfast at church at 9am. (provided by UI)
  • Revival service immediately after breakfast (around 10 or whenever finished with breakfast)
  • Resources available after the service
  • Lunch after the resources (provided by UI)
  • Everyone is free after cleanup following lunch

I hope you can join us for this exciting week of ministry. Again, to sign up, call Billy Sampson at 219-805-8826.

Payment information for trip fee:

Important: space is very limited so sign up today!

Trip cost: $475

$100 non-refundable deposit is needed to hold your spot.

Balance is due by January 15.

To pay by PayPal, use

To pay by check, make check payable to Billy Sampson and mail to:

Billy Sampson
PO Box 2129
Hammond, IN 46323-2129

Use #unshelterednola2k18 on all your social media posts about this trip!

Full Report from New Orleans

We are very thankful for the great response today at our resource clinic in New Orleans. Groups from Mississippi, South Carolina, Indiana, Alabama and others came together to serve and the Lord added his blessing to it all.

We served meals, cut hair, provided medical care, gave items such as clothing and Bibles and much more. We also had singing and preaching and a real emphasis on evangelism.

Prior to today, Denny Mitchell with Unsheltered International and Paul Stensrud with Exit 0 spent many hours out on the streets meeting hundreds of people and inviting them to the event. Paul also brought many snack packs and other supplies that they gave away while inviting people to the event. We are grateful for everyone’s involvement.

Here are the totals from today

Guests- 155
Volunteers- 158
Salvations- 8
Resumes- 2
Birth certificates- 20
Reading glasses- 31
Clothing- 91
Bibles- 51
Haircuts- 27
Medical care- 36
Meals- 468

Snack/hygiene- 112 (Over 100 additional snack packs were given by Exit 0 beforehand)

We appreciate those of you who faithfully support our ministry with your prayers and also financially. You have helped us accomplish great things for God’s glory! Below are some pictures from the day.

New Orleans Resource Clinic


Welcome Volunteers!


We are excited that you have joined us for the resource clinic here in New Orleans. It’s going to be great and God is going to do great things!


Below you will find the different job assignments. Please look for your name and take note of the area we have you assigned to work. If you do not see your name, don’t worry, just text Travis at 803-640-7021 and he will plug you in.

There are some helpful notes at the bottom of this page so please read it all!



Person in charge- Melissa Mitchell

Holly White

Jennifer Tutor

Ashley Paseur

Rebecca Carter

Kody Moore

Tiffany Ponder



Person in Charge- Adrienne Barbee

Host- Tanner Young

Kevin Horne

Tara Rhea


Birth certificates

Person in charge- Adrienne Barbee

Host- Tanner Young

Alyssa Jackson

Catherine Black

Brenda Scates


Reading glasses

Person in charge- Hunter Sharpe

Host- Perry Tutor

Amy Cook

Calvin White

Halee Rhea


Give away

Person in Charge- Hunter Sharpe

Lilly Crofford

Jake D.



Person in charge- Chris & Lisa Russell

Host- Russ White

Lori Horne

Katie Pinkston

Anna (from Mt. Pleasant)

Tiffani Rowen



Person in charge- Denny Mitchell

Becky White

Christina Taylor

Larry Meeks

Barrett Griffin

David Hogan

Carrie Perkins



Person in charge- Joe Newsome

Teresa Hogan

Peggy Meeks

Jimmy Howell

Jason (from Mt. Pleasant)

Cole (from Mt. Pleasant)



Person in charge- Paul Stensrud

Andrew Heptinstall (from Temple) and Robbie Perkins

Clint Owens and Shawn Rouse (from Sardis Lake)

Waymon Meeks and BJ Wingington (from Unity)

Jim Hogan and Bobby Paseur (from Unity)


Coffee and snack station

Donald Wright



Person in charge- Mark and Jennifer Helms

Host- Mark Helms

Jennifer Helms

Marissa Crofford

Amanda Smith

Kim Battles

Peggy Lindsay



Person in charge- Steve Dixon

Sarah Bagwell

Savannah Smith

Keri Burgett

Kerry Pittman

Kay Meeks

Emily Wigington

Brandi Carter

Matt Cofer

Cody Hall

Kayla (from Mt. Pleasant)

Paige (from Mt. Pleasant)

Jake M. (from Mt. Pleasant)

Lilly (from Mt. Pleasant)

Casey (from Mt. Pleasant)

Tana (from Mt. Pleasant)

Iasiah (from Mt. Pleasant)

Katelyn Manley

Amy West



Person in charge- Steve Dixon

Pat Dye

Shaun Taylor

Keith Bryant

Keith Rhea


Food Plating

Person in charge- Steve Dixon

Bobby Paseur

Melissa Owens

Hailey (from Mt. Pleasant)

Rylee (from Mt. Pleasant)



Person in charge- Steve Dixon

Beverly Britt

Kaitlyn Paseur



Blake Battles


Care giver

Person in charge- Travis Sharpe

Allison Perry

Kenzi (from Mt. Pleasant)



Person in Charge- Hunter Sharpe

Emma Pugh

Courtney Gillespie



Person in charge- Michael Bonacum (Doc)

Patricia Putman

Olivia Gordon

Alicia Hogan

Bethany Fletcher

Ashley Bryant

Billy Taylor



Jake Sanders






Person in charge- Travis Sharpe

Blake Battles

Will Perry

Noelle Griffin

Susie Brady

Melissa Brady

Sarah Bagwell


Trailer transport

Tim Barbee


Face painting/Nails

Person in charge- Sabrina Payne

Macie Burgin

Lexie Burdette

Lillie Burdette

Emily Mitchell

Summer Payne



Special Notes

The address for the resource clinic is:

Cosmopolitan Evangelistic Baptist Church
1929 Bienville St
New Orleans, LA


Arrival Time for Saturday morning

Please arrive no later than 9:30 am. If you are assigned to work in registration, please be as early as you can. We will begin setting things up at 7:30 am so anytime after that is fine to arrive. If you want to help with setting up the tents, chairs, etc, be there as early as possible.


When you arrive

The first thing you should do when you arrive (at the resource clinic site) is go to the registration tent and register. You will give your name and also receive a name tag. After that, you can help with with setting up.


Pre-event meeting

We will have a meeting at 10:30 am. We will give some final instructions and then you will go to your station to receive instructions from the person in charge of your area.


When you will eat lunch

All volunteers need to eat lunch before the event officially begins. The time for this is 11-11:45. There will be a designated area for you to eat lunch that is kind of out of sight. We need you to go ahead and eat so that when the guests begin to arrive you are ready to serve in your area.


Order for the day

We will be working all morning to set up and get things ready, but the clinic doesn’t actually begin until 12.

Here is the flow:

11 am-We start letting guest come in and sit down and have coffee and a snack.

12 pm- we will begin the church service

1 pm (or close to that)- we will open the resource stations

1-4 pm- everything is open and running

4 pm (or until last person is served)- finish and tear down.


Pictures from the outreach earlier in the week with Exit 0






Planting a new church and seeing God work

I’ve got something great to share with you! We started a new ministry a few weeks ago and the testimonies are pouring in. It’s like living out a portion from the book of Acts!

I’m sure you are familiar with our meal center ministry where we serve hot meals to hungry children and also care for their medical needs and teach the Bible to them. It’s one of the greatest ministries that we have and God is really blessing the efforts. As of now, we have about fourteen different meal centers and we are reaching almost 1,000 children per week.

Now, God has given us the opportunity to start two more of these centers. This time, however, the goal is to plant new churches. We have already begun in two different areas. One is in the southern Island of Mindanao and the other is in a remote village called Canubgan. We partnered with a young preacher named Raffy and he started three weeks ago in this remote village. Raffy is 22 years old and really on fire for God. Here are a couple pictures of Raffy and his team in action.

We gave Raffy medicine to use for the poor children in the village and in only two weeks they have had amazing results. In fact, the man in charge of the village was amazed because the triple antibiotic ointment we gave them completely cleared several children’s sores in one weeks time. All the people were grateful and called it a miracle.

Above: Pastor Jezer (Raffy’s pastor) gives the mothers in the village medicine and explains how to use it.

Below: Medicine being applied to children in the village.

We also received an inspiring report about the Bible teaching. Raffy teaches a Bible story before they serve the meal on Sunday afternoons. A couple weeks ago the lesson was about forgiveness. The next week, some of the teachers in the local school came to the village captain and asked what that young man was teaching the children on Sundays. It seems as though there was a fight between two students and several of the kids who attend the meal center stepped in and announced that their friends were commanded to forgive each other! They said they learned that from the Bible teacher!

Now what?

Now that we have started the meal center, Raffy will get to know the families better and soon, begin an adult Bible study. The Bible study, Lord willing, will evolve into a new church. Please pray for this new ministry opportunity.

We are seeking sponsors to help. This meal center can be fully sponsored for $200 per month. That amount can come from one sponsor or several who pool together to make up the entire amount. If you feel led to get involved, you can email me (Travis) at and I would be happy to tell you how you can become a sponsor.

Thanks so much for reading and supporting God’s work!

Bristol Resource Clinic Report

What a great day in Bristol at the resource clinic!

Special Dedication to Eddie Crusenberry

The lot we used was dedicated in memory of our great friend and champion in the faith Eddie Crusenberry.

Many in the community had needs met and heard the Gospel as well as saw it acted out through our many volunteers. We were blessed to have so much help in this event. Thank you to every one of those who came out from different churches and ministry organizations such as Soup for the Soul and Exit 0 for this great day of doing God’s work.

Results from day:

  • 3 saved!
  • 289 guests 
  • 149 volunteers 
  • 1 resume 
  • 40 birth certificates 
  • 85 reading glasses 
  • 3 ECC 
  • 145 clothes 
  • 43 Bibles 
  • 59 haircuts 
  • 25 medical 
  • 159 giveaways 
  • 22 churches involved

God sure is good!

To see more pictures you can click this link and find them on our Facebook page.


Beyond the Wall by Travis Sharpe

The rusty barbed wire sat loosely atop the crumbling, graffiti covered, hollow block wall. Taking care not to step in the urine, human feces, or trash, Lovely leaned through the broken bamboo gate and called for the children.

I watched patiently, but wondered if it was an exercise in vanity. Who in the world would be in the dirty, nasty, empty lot behind this wall? From the street, on this side of the wall, there were dozens of people walking by, most of them coming from the eatery at the end of the block. There were also college students coming and going, still in their uniforms even though it was after nine pm.

The street side of the wall was bad enough, in fact, as we pulled up, I noticed a young lady squatting beside a power pole with her shorts around her ankles. Like the other young people who call the streets their home, the base of the wall was her default bathroom. Thinking to myself, I said,  “If it is this dirty here in the open, what must it be like beyond that wall? Could there really be people living there? Are kids living there?”

But to my surprise, after Lovely called out once or twice more, the children began to emerge. One older boy walked through the bamboo opening. Some of the thin, energetic, younger boys bounder over the top of the wall with what seemed like no effort at all. The teenage girl that had been squatting when we first arrived suddenly re-appeared, wanting to shake hands- which I did.

All-in-all, about thirteen kids crossed the wall.  From eight years old all the way to late teens, these street children live part-time in the empty lot behind the wall. There, hidden from sight, they sleep, hang out, eat, and do whatever else they do. Some are runaways, some have parents that know where they are, others go home in the early hours of the morning.

Why we were there

This “wall” area, is one of the newer stops on our street ministry route. Each week, the Unsheltered Philippines ministry team takes food, prayers and lots of love to the children living on the streets. On this night we were gathering kids to bring to our rescue center for a Bible study, baths, a good meal and new clothes.

We have discovered that it takes effort to uncover the hidden people in the city. We can’t simply open our doors and wait for them to come to us, we must be pro-active and go to them. Our team is learning how to do this in a gracious and loving manner.

Are the kids dirty? of course they are. Some of them are also sniffing glue which causes their minds to not function correctly which causes them to neglect their bodies. Yes, they are often extremely dirty and extremely hard to handle. They are also extremely precious in God’s sight and extremely loved.

The bigger question is, are we willing to go “beyond the wall” to bring hope to people who are the most needy? One nine-year-old little girl who came to our rescue center with her mother last week was wearing soiled shorts and she drools constantly because of some type of disability. We love all kinds.

Do you want to make a difference?

If you want to make a difference, you’ve got to be willing to go beyond the wall. I don’t know what that wall looks like for you, but generally, they are all the same. Going beyond the wall will be uncomfortable, a little scary at times, and it won’t win any popularity contests. You will find yourself going alone at times because your friends aren’t willing to go to those kinds of places.

But in order to help people, we must go beyond the wall where others don’t want to go. It will be dirty and messy. Some of the dirt will get on you and you’ll have to learn to live with that. But when you do, you will find joy in serving Jesus through serving others. I hope you will forge ahead and find the courage to love the people who are hidden beyond the wall near you!

Here are some beyond the wall pictures from our ministry

A Little Boy Who Needed Help by Travis Sharpe

Tonight, while visiting Children and families on the streets here in Bacolod city, we came across a mother and father who were sleeping on a bed made from cardboard underneath the protection of an extended roof in front of a closed business. I want to share part of their story with you because it is very typical of many families that we meet and minister to.

The first thing that our team noticed as we approached was the large amount of “scrap” that this family had collected. Like many poor families, they make their living by collecting plastic, aluminum, and cardboard that they can sell at the junk shop the next morning. They will work in the evening hours, sometimes all night long, looking for and collecting these recyclable items they refer to as scrap.

To the untrained eye, this family might seem like they are homeless and living on the streets with no ambition whatsoever. But nothing could be further from the truth. The father, who is twenty four years old, works hard to collect the scrap that he will sell on a per-kilo basis. I was told that plastic brings about five pesos per kilo. At that rate, he would have to collect ten kilos to earn one dollar.

This family does have a home. But the money to be made as a scrapper is on the streets. If they try to return home each night like a normal working family, they will more than likely lose their bounty to the many other scrappers who are also roaming the streets at night. So, as strange at it might seem, this is a hard working family.


One of the very sad aspects of this type of lifestyle is that it puts the mother and children out on the streets where they spend most nights in a very unsecured and unclean environment. This takes a toll on the children the most. Their little boy’s name is Dino and, as you can see in the pictures below, he is suffering from bacteria infections in his scalp. He is only six years old and yet a hard life has already negatively affected his little body. These sores are caused by the constant dirt and filth that he is forced to sleep in day after day.

His mother washes him each morning but when the sores begin, they are hard to stop. Dino’s scalp was covered with about a dozen of these sores. Some of the sores are scabbed over while some of them are open and oozing mucus and blood. Noticing his condition, our team sprang into action. Lovely retrieved a tube of triple antibiotic ointment from her bag and instructed the mother in how to use it. The mom is only twenty years old and there is a good chance she doesn’t have a good education.

Patiently, Lovely and Lola showed her exactly how to use the ointment. He became restless a few times but for the most part, slept through the treatment. We left them with some ointment and our phone number and the mother was instructed to call us if Dino begins to run a fever. If needed, we will assist them with doctors care.

Every week

Three nights per week, the Unsheltered Philippines team lovingly seeks out families who are in need of care. They minister to children, some of whom are runaways. They minister to adults, many of whom are mentally ill. Everyone they encounter is loved and cared for in Jesus name. Please keep our team in your prayers and especially little six-year-old Dino. Pray that the sores on his head will heal and that his parents will be able to climb from poverty into a better position for their family.

Also, this Friday is going to be special because we will be opening our rescue center and inviting many families to come for a good meal, and a worship service. We will also be providing showers and clothing to anyone in need. Please pray for success and that God would bless these efforts.

One more thing

Have you got your copy of our new book yet? 50 Practical Ways You Can Help The Homeless is full of simple, yet effective ways that you can use to help someone today. You can get your copy at Amazon by clicking here.