Karate Kids assistance homeless | Local News | rockdalecitizen.com
September 25, 2016 - garden totes
Youngsters holding partial in a Salem United Methodist Church Karate Kids for Christ Program got a possibility to assistance others in a village recently by an overdo bid for a homeless.
Karate Kids for Christ teaches youngsters martial humanities while during a same time assisting to rise Christian impression and spirituality. The module is offering during no charge, solely for a cost of uniforms, and is taught by Billy Pierce, assisted by Natalie Austin and Sierra Driver. There are 40 children in a ongoing program.
With a tumble module underway, module leaders motionless to give a children an event to strech out to a homeless in a community. They put together approximately 30 receptacle bags containing a accumulation of personal items, trimming from simple toiletries to bottled water, snacks and inspirational items. The gifts will be presented to a Garden of Gethsemane Homeless Shelter.
The overdo bid was formed on Galatians 5:14, that teaches supporters to adore their neighbor as themselves.
For some-more information on a Karate Kids for Christ program, hit a church bureau during 770-786-6027. The church is located during 2962 Salem Road, Covington.
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