In Kenya, the Protect A Girl Organization is still providing food and supplies to up to 40 different families in Kirinyaga County. The organization is delivering care packages with food and other resources to the community.
There is a great need for food assistance during this COVID-19 outbreak.
That is why our teams, both here in Kenya and in the USA are doing the best we can to help those in need.
Many local churches we collaborate with are also active in encouraging their members involved in helping others.
One good example is the Agape Apostolic Church of Deliverance in Troy, New York.
Under the Strong Leadership of Pastor David Camp and his wife and Assistant Pastor Paulette Camp, the church came together to start a drive-thru food pantry to help community members impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. Both Pastors have served in ministry at the Church for approximately 28 years.
The church places emphasis on family unity. Among the various forms of outreach, the church reaches out to the poor and needy in the community with “The Bread of Life Community Outreach Program” (food pantry), an Annual Community & Fellowship Fun Day, and the annual Friends & Family Community Backpack and School Supplies Giveaway. Agape Apostolic Church of Deliverance has successfully given away over 2,500 bibles in alms bags to date. The church is rapidly growing and God is a blessing.
The pantry, called “The Bread of Life,” is under the leadership Minister Anthony Lewis.
He coordinated with the church and volunteers to put on Saturday morning’s distribution of bags of food from their pantry.
The church said they’ve served up to 400 families since the coronavirus pandemic began.
“So we usually do it just once a month but you know now, we’re pretty much doing it at least two or three times a week making deliveries,” said Minister Anthony Lewis.
The church’s community outreach program said anyone who’s struggling should not be afraid to reach out.
Minister Anthony Lewis quotes “I want to first thank our great Pastor and Assistant Pastor Elder David Camp and Evangelist Paulette Camp for their vision in starting the Agape Bread Of Life Community Outreach Program and how the Saints of Agape and Community Volunteers unselfishly gave their time to come out on such an awesome day to serve the community. We gave out tons of food and supplies to so many families in need. As always God Be the Glory!”
So many people in the US have filed for unemployment assistance in the past five weeks, as the coronavirus pandemic closes businesses and keeps residents mostly indoors. Even before the coronavirus outbreak, 37 million people in the US struggled to find enough to eat according to Feeding America.
They had lines of cars waiting to get food donations from the pantry.
“Don’t be anxious about anything; rather, bring up all of your requests to God in your prayers and petitions, along with giving thanks. Then the peace of God that exceeds all understanding will keep your hearts and minds safe in Christ Jesus.” — Philippians 4:6–7
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