BY MELANIE BUCK –
God’s Feeding Hands Mission Center opened today, Monday, October 26th, in hopes to serve Polk County residents through food ministry. The Center will open from 9 a.m. – noon at 1200 Reeves Avenue in the old Kids First building.
Kyong and Larry Weathersby purchased the building after being ‘given a vision of God.’ They renovated the property from a daycare to a food pantry and mission center. “Our goal is to improve the ability of families to care for their children and achieve food security,” said Weathersby.
God’s Feeding Hand’s will also offer a Media Support Center with free DVD’s for recovery programs that offer hope and healing. God’s Feeding Hands is also a House of Prayer and will offer a box for written prayer requests. Bible studies are also available.
“Our prayer is to be a blessing to the community and serve them well. We are looking forward to serving you the second and fourth Mondays of each month,” Weathersby said. A registration fee of $1 will be requested per family per visit.