In May, we are going to do our first ever tour in different counties with our #mobilemakeovers bus! We are calling it #lovetourATL! We will travel from county to county to makeover people who deserve to have their dignity restored. We can’t wait to change lives across our city!
Have you every had a dream that required tons of focus, work, sweat, and tears? You know… It’s the type of dream where you have to keep telling yourself every single step counts over and over and over again.
Well, we have had a dream come true! On April 18th we will take our #mobilemakeovers bus out for the first time to provide 5-10 makeovers. Not only are we excited, we can’t wait to see the type of impact the bus will have on those who are in need and need an extra push!
Hey, we are looking for people to collaborate with to provide makeovers for people in need in the city of Atlanta, College Park, East Point, & Hapeville! Every makeover could potentially lead to someone changing their life completely. If you are interested, please see the artwork below.
Good news…. The first two sections are completed! We will unveil how it looks soon, and take it out for a test run. In fact, we only have one more section to go (showers)! We need your help though…
It will take another 10K to complete. If you would like to give to our project please click [HERE]
This Good Friday, we will take all the resources we have raised for #lovefeeds and #feedtheblock…. Tons of families in the College Park area are food insecure, and are in need of food to survive. Join us as we serve families… For more info, email email@example.com
Have you ever collected many small puzzle pieces, and somehow it dawns on you that they all make up a bigger picture?
Well, that’s what has happened and keeps happening with our #mobilemakeovers project! The other day, my daughter and I decided to take the two front seats to a reupholstery shop five minutes away from the office… Upon our arrival, I spoke with the owner, showed him the seats, and waited for an estimate.
Little did I know he’d ask me why were we wanting the seats to be redone… Well, I shared our story and he got this look in his eyes… He looked at the seats, and then looked at me and said, “God wants me to help you… You all are out there ministering to people… we will do them at no charge!”
This touched me so much because little by little God has provided through random people to help us piece together our first mobile project!
Huge S/O to Banister’s Upholstery!
On Saturday, Michael Tucker and Guy Laman completed a 330 mile journey to Atlanta from Kentucky. When they arrived at the finish line, there was a crowd of folks to cheer them on.