Today, we have started the process of building out the container. We are grateful that we have a crew starting this process. Huge S/O to our friend John and his crew for starting this process.
We are extremely grateful.
We are blown away by the provision we’ve experienced. Many people say it’s the small things, but we believe that literally.
Today, our shipping container was delivered to our Center.
The countdown begins of letting people know what this will become.
This week, Love Beyond Walls got an amazing opportunity to support many students experiencing homelessness at Frank McClarin High School. We recently learned that many students in this school are fighting homelessness as they try to gain an education to better their lives.
The school is located less than a mile away from our Center in College Park.
With the support of many generous donors, we were able to provide resources to single teen mothers and the daycare housed at the school.
As days go on, we will continue working with this school and among its students. Why? Because we see education being a tool that can be used to overcome the plight of poverty.
Thank you for you continued support of our work!
We are starting to collect new or gently used purses for women that we will serve next month in partnership with Solomon’s Temple.
If you would like to be contribute, reach out to us at lovebeyondwalls.org/contact
Kentucky to Atlanta!
This week starts our “Spring Break & Love” days of service around the community and in the heart of downtown Atlanta.
We are excited to have a group traveling here from Kentucky to serve with us multiple days to provide love and hope to the many people we will encounter during our time together.
This past Sunday, we were invited to share our #MAP16 story in Shreveport, LA [Shreveport Convention Center] to over 5K people!
Not only did we get a chance to share some of our clips, but we challenged people to consider the poor, understand the realities of the poor, and create margin in their personal lives to notice people.
We are excited about starting our editing process this week as we prepare to share our March Against Poverty story with the world.
During this season, take time to notice those who are poor, and consider what really matters.
“Love is a powerful force,” Terence explains. “God is love, and we are on a mission to take that love into places where there is darkness and hopelessness, despondency and all those different things keeping people in the cycle of being oppressed.”
Check out the story of those we help on @episcopalatl’s website to read our story! Or, simply click the picture below.