Scrundlewear Love Around the World

In November 2016, community friend, Linda Jacobson created a group on Facebook called “Scrundlewear Love Around the World.” The group is intended to provide a place for anyone interested in sewing Scrundlewear (undies) for various ministries all around the world to gather, share testimonies, offer help or ask questions. Linda encourages others to get involved by hosting sewing days and welcomes anyone to join the day of “play.” Excitement rises in…Keep Reading

Another Moon Ache

“Thank you Jesus! These are the words we use to start each day as Evan continues to improve. The August MRI report is good and again shows the tumor area decreasing. Chemotherapy is complete and Evan is now in the “surveillance phase” and will continue bi monthly MRI scans. Evan is excited to move on to the next step of recovery! He will continue physical therapy even more earnestly since…Keep Reading

No More Safety Pins 2017

Thanks to community, No More Safety Pins 2017 was a huge success! Liberty Church Birmingham provided a fabulous space, Veal Convention Services, Inc. loaned us 48 clothing racks, CMIC shared 5 double stacked racks, Purpose Place Thrift Market donated clothing, Liberty Church members gave of their time to sort and hang clothing, and 100+ volunteers served to make this event possible. Our pampering was provided, free of charge, by Joy Hopson Hulsey with Young Living Essential Oils, Kinisha Britton with MARY KAY,…Keep Reading

Go Far, Go Together

 “If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” – African Proverb “Community is a beautiful thing and we most certainly are better together. Without community in Christ, July and August events would have been tough to tackle alone, for any individual. Thinking back over the past two months, we’re reminded of the scripture in Romans: “For as in one body we have many…Keep Reading

The Rotary Club of Vestavia Hills said “YES!”

If you’ve been to our office recently, you’ve probably noticed we’re out of space. Food is replenished as soon as it leaves. A commercial freezer was donated last month, but it is in loaned storage as we have nowhere to put it. Piles of clothes are everywhere because the donation room is overflowing. We started a building expansion initiative called 50K50Days and together we’ve raised over $10,000 so far. If…Keep Reading

Hosanna’s Journey Home

On August 11, 2017, the Burke family hosted a Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser and Silent Auction in support of their adoption journey. The Burke’s were praying for $820, the amount needed to cover the remaining agency and international fees in their adoption process. As we know, our God is able to do exceedingly and abundantly more than we could ever expect or imagine, and HE did! $1,450 was raised through the…Keep Reading

The Role of a Sender

“While they were worshiping the Lord and fasting, the Holy Spirit said, “Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.” Then after fasting and praying they laid their hands on them and sent them off.” – Acts 13:2-3 “What will you be doing on your mission trip to Zambia?” Last year, when I was preparing to go to Kwathu Children’s Home, that was…Keep Reading

Dynamite Comes in Small Packages

“One of my favorite things about working at Grace Klein Community is community. There are various types of people I come in contact with each day. We all look, sound, and act different. Sometimes I meet someone and it takes me a while to get close to them or earn their trust. Other times, I meet someone and we jive instantly. Lori Worford was one of those for me. Lori…Keep Reading

“Who You Gonna Call?”

“Brian and Larissa Baker are a vital part of Grace Klein Community, sharing community passion for food rescue and minimal waste. The Bakers lead very busy lives, balancing work, school and running a farm, but never miss an opportunity to turn another’s trash into a true treasure. Their efforts do not go unnoticed. If you’ve been around the Grace Klein Community office in the afternoons and have helped unload the…Keep Reading

Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser – Burke Family Adoption

On July 29, 2017, the Burke Family was matched with a young hearing impaired girl from India. $820 is the balance owed for agency fees of $7,100. After the agency fees are paid, the Burke’s will raise funds for travel and wait for a call to bring their little girl home. Participating in this spaghetti dinner is a way that you can contribute to this adoption. If you would like…Keep Reading

Summer Serve Days

Some of our volunteer groups are “regulars.”  They are a part of the Grace Klein family and every few months they are back with more energy, more enthusiasm, more laughter, more singing and more creative ideas and solutions.  One of these special groups are the students from The Church at Brook Hills.  We know we can count on them to help us love Birmingham!!  They have not failed us yet…Keep Reading

To God Be The Glory – Great Things He Has Done

For the past five years Grace Klein Community members have had the honor of building relationship with the *Smith Family, a loyal mama and her sweet girls. The Varvoutis Family met *Sarah, Jane (16) and Kristen (10) approximately five years ago, through the monthly food delivery ministry of Grace Klein Community. At the time these two families lives intersected, Sarah, a single mom, was without work. Her girls have always…Keep Reading

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