Church on the Street Receives Aid

OGT’s Phoenix Branch had Pastor Rob visit their warehouse and picked up Bibles, clothing, shoes and blankets for the ministry Church on the Street in Phoenix. This organization serves thousands of homeless in Phoenix. Their largest target is the homeless and the incarcerated. Their purpose is to reach these people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, providing food and temporary shelter, as well as a residential program for those who want to be discipled and equipped to re-enter society successfully. Pictured L-R: Jean Weber, Phoenix Branch Volunteer Coordinator; Pastor Rob, and Allen Hobratschk, Phoenix Branch Warehouse Manager.

Categories: Domestic Aid

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