Have you ever collected many small puzzle pieces, and somehow it dawns on you that they all make up a bigger picture?
Well, that’s what has happened and keeps happening with our #mobilemakeovers project! The other day, my daughter and I decided to take the two front seats to a reupholstery shop five minutes away from the office… Upon our arrival, I spoke with the owner, showed him the seats, and waited for an estimate.
Little did I know he’d ask me why were we wanting the seats to be redone… Well, I shared our story and he got this look in his eyes… He looked at the seats, and then looked at me and said, “God wants me to help you… You all are out there ministering to people… we will do them at no charge!”
This touched me so much because little by little God has provided through random people to help us piece together our first mobile project!
Huge S/O to Banister’s Upholstery!
On Saturday, Michael Tucker and Guy Laman completed a 330 mile journey to Atlanta from Kentucky. When they arrived at the finish line, there was a crowd of folks to cheer them on.
In less than 50 days, we are going to #loveGA by going on our first tour with our #mobilemakeovers bus! It’s called the #lovetour because we will mobilize/educate people, collaborate for change, and raise awareness for people living in poverty and experiencing homelessness!
We are going to travel the state and take love to multiple cities! More details to follow soon… The Countdown begins now!
This Saturday, we need volunteers to sort hundreds of hygiene products and meet @mission_mad at the finish line! Additionally, we are prepping the bus to hit the road for the first time this month! Get involved, volunteer!
This Saturday, we will be working on the bus again doing small projects… We are less that two and a half weeks away from launching the bus to serve people in need. Get involved and make a difference this weekend by helping us do small projects!
This past weekend, our team led by Dave Douglass completed more work on the inside of the bus. It has been an amazing journey. We look forward to getting the bus on the road by the end of the month.
Below is a picture of Carlos & Andrew working on wiring the barbershop/salon in the first section.
We are excited! This Saturday, we are partnering with Sporty Gils, Inc. and their athletes to put on a pop-up fashion show to raise items for homeless teens. This is going to be really exciting because it will show the teens who are serving the importance of giving back to others, and the value of life. Check out the information below for details.
This past weekend, Derrick Bailey (Principal in Cobb) dropped off several boxes of food raised from a young men’s mentoring group called, “Man or Male.”
This group shows young men the importance of having character and integrity throughout their life. We will use these donations to resource many families that are food insecure in the area where our office is located.