Our New Shelves

On Monday February 25, during our weekly staff meeting, we talked about how our good ole faithful shelves were falling apart. By THE FOLLOWING Monday, March 4, we had new shelves in place thanks to carpenters from Sketches & Screws Design Co., Grace Klein Construction, Inc., the youth of Deerfoot Baptist Church, Meadow Brook Baptist Church, LIFT Student Ministries-Morningstar UMC and other community volunteers. Our staff dismantled the old and…Keep Reading

The House on the Hill

“This is what the Lord says: “Look, an army is coming from the land of the north; a great nation is being stirred up from the ends of the earth.” – Jeremiah 6:22 God has given clear vision that the community home, “The House on the Hill,” will be used to equip and empower mamas to thrive in their singleness through an intimate relationship with Jesus, to connect resources for…Keep Reading

A Little Red Sonic

Have you ever prayed for something? Maybe something as small as *awkward* feminine products, to money for your power bill or shoes for your kids. Or maybe you have prayed for God to salvage a relationship, forgive something you really wish you never did, extinguish your anger over a painful situation or to pull you out of a pit of depression. Other times your prayers may have been for a…Keep Reading

Fresh and Green

“The righteous will flourish like a palm tree, they will grow like a cedar of Lebanon; planted in the house of the Lord, they will flourish in the courts of our God. They will still bear fruit in old age,they will stay fresh and green, proclaiming, “The Lord is upright; he is my Rock, and there is no wickedness in him.” – Psalm 92:12-15 On February 5, 2019, Natalie Spronk…Keep Reading

Oatmeal Box Story

“In January, we were so excited to have Bethany come to Christ City Church to tell about the ministry of Grace Klein Community. Previous to her coming, Meredith Phillips and I sat down at GKC to discuss a tangible way to help with the monthly food box distribution. Bethany mentioned that oatmeal would be a huge help and that at the time, they would need around 288 boxes.  When Bethany…Keep Reading

When Operations Collide

Operation “Slow and Steady Wins the Race” and Operation “Restoration in Progress” have collided into a beautiful kaleidoscope of accomplishments. The hardwoods were in poor shape due to animal stains and took much tender loving care by George and Lorenzo of “G&S The Floor Care People” to bring them to a beautiful refurbished condition. Due to prior harsh treatment of the floors, the floors are not going to be perfect,…Keep Reading

Mimic Moon Joy

We rang in the New Year with many friends at a delightful party hosted by the Crosby family! January has proven to be a busy beginning and Evan looks forward to the opportunities 2019 will bring. He is grateful for everyone’s support through prayers, food, visits, and contributions which continue to equip Evan to recover in body and spirit. His MRI results have been good so his MRI testing is now…Keep Reading

The Wonder of Wanda

The Wonder of Wanda

“I met Wanda in the summer. Wanda had no place to go after leaving the hospital, but through friends, managed to settle in a little trailer way south of town. Wanda has the sweetest giggle. I wish you could hear it. She doesn’t really complain about much of anything, despite having lots of knee problems, back problems, and having to lug a heavy old oxygen tank around everywhere she goes….Keep Reading

Food and MORE Food + Coats

When you wake up every day and remember your organization is feeding 10,000+ people every month, you pray about food. And you pray A LOT. The prayers consist of… Who can be a food donor? Please God send funds. Inspire groups to collect food. Fill our box truck with food. Send volunteers. We need more helping hands. Who do YOU want us to ask to host a food drive? God…Keep Reading

Operation “Bundle Up Buttercup”

Days 109-136 Operation “Bundle Up Buttercup” Thankful for construction heaters because baby it is cold inside!!! We have continued to see God bring donors of time, money and resources together to move this massive project forward. Exciting updates from the last 27 days: first intentional meal shared around a fire pit with blankets, Indian food and s’mores drywall finishing completed by MLB 6 ceiling fans, 3 exterior lights purchased from…Keep Reading

Chili For Jesus

The Offenders Alumni Association (OAA) hosted a chili dinner on December 14, 2018, for the ladies of the Birmingham Work Release Program. The chili fed 290 women and was a simple conduit to love and care for the hearts of the women. Grace Klein Community and the OAA work in partnership with one another to care for offenders and to lend a helping hand as offenders reacclimatize to society. For…Keep Reading

“Ask and it will be given to you.”

“Blessed are the merciful, or they shall obtain mercy.” – Matthew 5:7 Lord have mercy, not again!!! An early morning exclamation heard a few days before Thanksgiving that resonated through the basement after the discovery that one of our largest refrigerators had once again gone out. An unfortunate occurrence in the food business, but one that can be detrimental, even deadly to the food rescue business. Food that is already compromised,…Keep Reading


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