5 Loaves and 2 Fish

At the beginning of April, two serve days were on the calendar. Two. Perhaps we thought we would not have sufficient help for the month ahead… God had other plans. As each day of April unfolded, so did the surprise calls of news that more churches and schools wanted to get involved with various Grace Klein Community serve projects. With all that God continues to bring our way, a serve…Keep Reading

Be a Missionary

On April 23, 2018, we were invited to FBC Helena to share at the Tables of Love Dinner. Members of the church decorated each table with intentional bible verses and themes as an encouragement to all attendees. Dinner was served by men from the church. Worship was led by missionary couple Robert and Holly Hope and Jenny Waltman shared how we are all called to be missionaries. A generous offering…Keep Reading

a2 Church: Lunch and Learn

On February 22, 2018, Grace Klein Community attended the monthly Lunch and Learn event hosted by a2 Church. Lunch and Learn is for growing leaders within the Birmingham community. Chris Goins, pastor of a2 Church and certified John Maxwell speaker and coach, hosts the luncheons and invites guest speakers. The luncheons are geared toward developing your leadership potential and God-given purpose in the Kingdom. The cost is $10 for the…Keep Reading

March “Madness”

“See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.” – Isaiah 43:19 The Lord is indeed doing a new thing! We could not have anticipated the busy month ahead of us as March approached. In the crazy, we are hopeful. From meetings out of state, event planning and food drives,…Keep Reading

Red Beans and Rice – Christ City Church

“Grace Klein Community loves Christ City Church in Lipscomb, AL. We are so thankful that the Lord allowed our paths to cross and we are so excited to connect our communities. Meredith Phillips, the Operations Director of Christ City Church, explained how the Red Beans and Rice ministry was started because of the lack of grocery options in the city of Lipscomb when I met her at the monthly distribution….Keep Reading

Dawson Family of Faith Serve Day

We were blessed to have over 100 students from Dawson Family of Faith serve at various Grace Klein Community assigned sites on January 13, 2018. The students were divided into groups that served at the Grace Klein Community house and the Grace Klein Community office, as well as with ministry partners, Metro CME, Forward in Faith Ranch and Liberty Church Birmingham. Students and adult volunteer leaders braved the freezing weather…Keep Reading

When Worlds “Collide.”

On January 27, 2018, the halls of the Grace Klein Community office were filled with energy, singing, and laughter as 24 members of the Church at Brook Hills youth ministry gathered together for a “serve day” at the Grace Klein Community office. These 7th grade students showed a true heart of generosity and service, as they split into 4 groups to address various needs around the office. A group of…Keep Reading

Remember Our Smallness

Mighty Oaks grow from small little acorns. Many days we need to remember we are little acorns and God is seeking to grow us, not just our children, into mighty oaks. We are all growing and He is not finished with us.  The more we learn to appreciate learning, change, growth and trust, the more unending are the possibilities in which God may choose to use our lives. One such…Keep Reading

A Different Kind Of Gift

Grace Klein Community strives to be active in the local business community.  One way we stay involved is participating in events hosted by both the Hoover and Vestavia Hills Chambers of Commerce. Attending these ribbon cuttings and networking events allow us to meet new business owners, welcome them to the community, and offer an opportunity for them to partner with Grace Klein Community through volunteering, hosting a drive to collect…Keep Reading

October 2017 Serve Days

In mid October the sound of young voices and laughter filled the rooms at Grace Klein Community as energetic homeschoolers and sweet cheerleaders came together to serve. Mighty Oaks Homeschoolers volunteered their time to paint beautiful pictures and uplifting scriptures on food boxes. What a blessing for our food box recipients! A group served downstairs sorting fresh fruit for a church who then gave it out to people in their…Keep Reading

Otey’s Gives Back

On November 2, 2017, Otey’s Tavern will be donating 10% of all sales from 6 pm to 9 pm to Grace Klein Community. Grace Klein Community is a local 501(c)3 non-profit that seeks to unite all people to work together to serve those in urgent need through such avenues as food, clothing, relationships, and hope in the Birmingham area. Otey’s will have special guests at the bar that night as…Keep Reading

Family Fun Night – Golden Rule – October 10, 2017

On October 10, 2017, the awesome folks at Golden Rule BBQ, Pelham, will be donating 20% of all sales accumulated between 5 and 9 PM, towards the outreach efforts of Grace Klein Community. Merchandise from our BeMoreRandom Etsy store will also be available for purchase at the event. If you’re planning a family night out, be sure to make Golden Rule BBQ your restaurant of choice. Join us for a night of games,…Keep Reading


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