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Local ministry feeds the homeless for 4th of July holiday

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Little Rock, Arkansas – The Labor of Love Ministries took the time out of their holiday to feed those in need.

In order to feed the homeless, Frankie Williams, founder of the Labor of Love Ministries took the cookout to the Salvation Army on West Markham St and on West Roosevelt Road.

“We just want to make sure that we are a blessing to them and that we love them and care about them.”

Williams started Labor of love 5 years ago after he says God spoke to his spirit and told him to “go out and be a labor to the vineyard.”

But Labor of Love came after some bumps in the road of William’s life. “I was kind of homeless at one time and didn’t have anything, but someone gave to me and blessed me to be able to get back on my feet,” he said. Now, his mission is to do the same

Labor of Love gave out pairs of shoes, as well as devotional books and prayer. “We want to make sure that we give them not only physical food but try to give them some words of encouragement and some spiritual food also.”

This year marks the first year Labor of Love spent their fourth of July feeding the homeless, and according to Williams, it won’t be the last.

 

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