A Day to Make a Difference 2011

I am so proud of the kids in our youth group!  They have come together to bring this wonderful event to their school.  They have faced adversity and overcome it too!  God is good!  They are collecting shoes for the kids in Nica.  They would like to see the shoes circle the track at the high school!  So, let’s all join in and take a pair, or two, of shoes and show the kids in NICA how much they are loved by Carroll County!
So bring some shoes and help break the cycle.

Monday, March 28 at 12:00am – April 6 at 6:00pm

***This event is for the entire shoe collection week, not just the drop off day.

Less than 50% of Nicaraguan children will graduate from High School. On average, Nicaraguans complete less than 5 years of schooling. Many children don’t receive the most minimal education because they are ashamed to attend school in their bare feet.

You can help.
Break the cycle.
Join us: March 28 – April 1st by collecting new or gently used shoes for children in Nicaragua. (please no shoes larger than size 11)

**Community drop off Wed. April 6th, 6pm, CCHS Football Field****

more info: www.fumcmissionsinnicaragua.com



About godw1nz

I am the mom of three beautiful daughters, wife to a genius, sister to a teacher, sis-in-law to an engineer, daughter to a yankee and a rebel, and a woman chasing God. I love to read, draw and be with my family. If the reading inspires me, then I draw what I read. Almost everything I draw is based around or about Jesus Christ. I attend church at First United Methodist Hillsville. Ronnie Collins is my associate pastor, also a blogger here. I love the Lord with all my heart and I hope what you see here will inspire your heart.

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