Mission of Hope is partnering with Michigan State University to help you eat healthy and be active!
Come share the love of Jesus every Friday from 10:00 to 11:30 and learn:
– How to eat healthy on a budget
– How to prepare quick, healthy meals and snacks
– How to enjoy healthy food that tastes great
– How to make healthy eating part of your lifestyle
– How to be active
– How to incorporate physical activity into your daily life
– Tips for a healthy weight
– Reading and understanding nutritional labels
Mission of Hope has once again partnered with Road to Damascus to rehab the donated property at 2409 Kansas St. to have a wheelchair accessible house for emergency purposes. As you can see from the pictures below there are many opportunities for you to help, scrappers have taken everything of value.
What we need:
Furnace & Duct Work
Electrical wiring & Breaker box
Hot water heater
All bathroom fixtures including a handicapped roll-in shower
All kitchen fixtures
Doors (exterior doors and security doors)
Flooring in kitchen and laundry room
Washer and dryer (need front loaders)
Refinish wood floors
Plumbing pipe and fittings
Handicap ramps at both entrances
Pastor Bobby and crew at Mott Community College for the volunteer fair. We had a great number of people interested in helping us out.
We couldn’t do what we do without our wonderful volunteers. Give us a call if you can help.
One day while riding on an MTA bus, Reverend Bobby Jackson of Flint overheard a conversation that would change the course of his life.
“I was on the bus when I looked out the window and saw two guys running to catch up with us before we left the last stop. When they finally caught up and found seats, one guy asked the other, ‘Where are you going today?’ The second guy answered, ‘Hurley,’ and the first guy said he was going to the library because where he normally hung out, there was ‘too much trouble.’ I turned and asked them, ‘Don’t you guys have anywhere to go?’ Continue reading Doing a Lot with a Little
It may be the first of its kind in Genesee County. Three agencies worked together to provide a temporary home for families going through tough times.
The color of this house is distinctive, and so is its purpose. It’s been fixed up inside and out for families needing a temporary place to stay. Continue reading Road to Damascus
Dion and Priscilla Lewellen from Victory Worship Center here Saturday with their youth group to help plant our gardens.
Thanks to Campbell’s Greenhouses in North Branch and our friends from Lapeer County we planted several gardens today. The mission of Hope garden was chosen for the Edible Flint Garden tour!
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