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Devotional Books to First Responders

Devotional Books to First Responders

NORTH, S.C.

Men give 150 devotional books to first responders

South Carolina men gave 150 copies of Strength for Service to God and Community to Billy Robinson, a volunteer firefighter who serves as conference disaster coordinator.

“Thank you so very much for this and for all you do through your wonderful ministry of spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ,” said Robinson. “These are wonderful devotional books that we can use at local fire departments.”

Caption: Twelve members of the South Carolina UM Volunteers in Mission Early Response Team provided relief aid to tornado victims in Boaz, Ala. Billy Robinson, disaster coordinator, was the team leader.

 

HOPKINSVILLE, Ky.

Kentucky church presents 250 books to first responders

Hopkinsville UMC gave copies of Strength for Service to God and Community to 250 first responders in their community.  The church placed American flag envelopes in every bulletin. The congregation was invited to contribute to the distribution effort.

“What a great day we had delivering the books,” said Leah Malloy, mission ministry coordinator.

 Caption:  Police Chief Guy Howie and members of the Hopkinsville Police Department receive copies of Strength for Service to God and Community.