Indianapolis Outreach Stop Was Incredible!
Today’s first Mission For Hope outreach in Indianapolis stop was unbelievable! Indiana Christian Jeep Association Chapter President Brian A. Engelhardt and his team put together 170 “huge” hygiene kits. Hygiene kits were different for men, women and children. Brian had so many donations he had to rent a trailer.
Dayspring Center, a shelter for families was our first stop. We dropped off hygiene kits, blankets, books, toys, candy for the kids and Bibles. We’re also able to give them cases of granola bars & snacks.
Our next stop was the Wheeler Men’s in downtown Indianapolis. We were able to donate four boxes of blankets from Beantown Blankets, hygiene kits and cases of granola bars and snacks. Before we handed out the hygiene kits we helped out a little bit in the kitchen to serve 80 guests lunch.
After lunch we handed out full size hygiene kits to the men and prayed with quite a few of them.
I remember going to both facilities on my last trip three years ago. Such wonderful places for people struggling with housing and their situations.
Today was such a blessed thanks to for Brian’s heart for the homeless and God’s faithfulness. Our mission is off to a very powerful start! Thank you to everybody who is supporting and praying for our mission! St. Louis on Wednesday is next!