Each time the ministry gives away a bicycle, the recipient is also offered a Bible. The overwhelming response has been one of gratitude.
Once cleared by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the adult migrants the ministry serves arrive at a nearby bus station where they can catch a ride to their destination city. It is there that Navarro and his church greet the weary travelers.
“When our church people started pulling up to these little lemonade stands, it generated a buzz,” says Lead Pastor Brent Wood, noting that families nearby wanted to know what was happening.
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“But the shift in thinking was that it would become more of an outreach opportunity,” says Rev. Denise Tiedemann.
Baltimore church creates an urban oasis.
With war in Ukraine and ongoing economic challenges, demand is up for the hope found in God’s Word, so EEM desires to raise $3.5 million to provide 700,000 Bibles through this campaign, which launches Sept. 1 and runs through Dec. 31, 2022.
Church members appreciated the opportunity to help people on a personal level.
Pennsylvania church brings youth and seniors together.
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