Every year in LOGOS Kids Club, we love to take on a project at Christmas time. As a practical way of living out “loving God and loving others,” we try to find a worthy ministry to support.
This year, we will be supporting Hope Women’s Center which is an organization that seeks to serve women and teen girls who find themselves in difficult life situations. The Hope Center serves these women by providing education, family events, counseling, food, and other necessary supplies.
As a ministry, we have been asked to bless these women at Christmas time by providing the following supplies:
- toilet paper
- paper towels
- cleaning supplies
- make-up/personal hygiene
- laundry detergent
- garbage bags
- baby wipes
The ministry is also asking for non-perishable food items [protein, pasta, cereal] we might be able to supply.
How do I get involved?
We are asking each LOGOS clubber to bring one or several items from the list above. It is our hope that clubbers will use some of their own funds to participate in this project. If a clubber doesn’t have funds, they should ask parents how they might earn some funds.
We will assemble all donations during our LOGOS Christmas Party on Wednesday, December 17 for delivery to the Center. This will be our way of sharing the many ways God has blessed us with the women at Hope. If for some reason you will not be in attendance Wednesday, December 17, feel free to bring in your donation on Wednesday, December 10. Your LOGOS leaders will hold early donations until the Christmas party.
Thank you for your participation in this project.
In His service,
Related Event: CBC’s Angel Tree project for Hope Women’s Center
Written by Ron Elwardt - Website
Ron Elwardt moved to Phoenix from Wisconsin (Go Packers! Go Badgers!) with his wife Ruth and daughters Megan and Becca in 1989. Recently celebrating his 25th year of ministry at Camelback Bible Church, Pastor Ron currently serves as Pastor of Families and Children. “That I may know Him [Christ] and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His suffering, being conformed to His death.” – Philippians 3:10