via EEWMagazine/Amy Bertinelli:
Before the polar vortex ever hit, causing temperatures to plunge across the U.S., women’s ministry leader, Dianna Hobbs, was already obeying a divine unction to collect hats, scarves, gloves, coats, and warm clothing to donate to the homeless.
Her “Do Good On Purpose” campaign, which she launched in 2018, through Empowering Everyday Women Ministries and City Church Buffalo, continues to provide the much-needed gift of warmth to those without shelter.
“When God first led me to help the homeless last year, at the time, it wasn’t very cold outside at all. But in obedience to Him, I got to work. I knew the drop in temperatures was coming,” said the well-known philanthropist and first lady of City Church, 42, in a statement.
Hobbs continued, “I believe that we, as the Body of Christ, should be the hands and feet of Jesus, and not just preach the Gospel, but be an example of what the Gospel looks like in action.”
Hobbs, who heads up numerous campaigns and global charitable initiatives says she believes in “giving to others out of both our abundance, and our need, because God’s heart beats for those who are overlooked and cast aside.”
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