And in Provo, Utah, a local builder named Gary Pickering makes wheeled cabins, which he calls Dignity Roller Pods, for local homeless people. On his website, Pickering—who himself was once homeless—argues that "all homeless people should be able to stay on public lands that are clean and safe."
Share your food with the hungry, and give shelter to the homeless. Give clothes to those who need them, and do not hide from your relatives who need your help. - Isaiah 58:7 NLT A few thoughts on ways you can help those in need according to Isaiah 58:7: - Make a monthly donation to a local food ministry in your area and/or volunteer your time to help -Volunteer at a soup kitchen - Donate clothes to ministries who provide for those in need - Start a homeless shelter in your area
What to put in homeless blessing bags @Erin Alden Davis this could be an idea for Mom Squad sometime.
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Great group service project idea for a Christian Homeschool Co-Op or Church Group - Blessing Bags - Homeless Gift - Giving to Homeless - Charity. Keep in the back of your car for an easy something to give to people in need. #LIGHTtheWORLD