Appalachian Dream Center Continues to Assist Those in Need

By , August 29, 2001

The Appalachian DreamCenter continues to be very active following the recent Flood Disaster. There have been several Youth Groups staying at the DreamCenter, as well as Lifebuilders and Men of Action.

There have also been several churches to visit the DreamCenter. The Princeton Church of God, Princeton, WV, visited and painted and cleaned two rooms in a 1-night and 2-day stay.

The new Martinsville Church of God, Pastor David Snyder, helped Lifebuilders and Men and Women of Action to remove a commercial Kitchen from a school in the area. They also unloaded food and miscellaneous items, helped make food boxes and served hot meals.

The Canton Temple of Praise, Canton OH, donated and sent a semi full of clothing, beds and appliances. They set up a Saturday clothing giveaway and painted several rooms and hallways. Canton Temple recently adopted a room at the DreamCenter, which will be used to house pastors and their families who are unable to take a vacation. They also toured an area where the flood disaster hit very hard.

The groups staying at the DreamCenter also went to the Matheny Church of God where they helped remove the damaged fellowship hall and parsonage. They were able to restore the fellowship hall.

August has been a very busy month at the DreamCenter. They have received numerous shipments of products, which have been distributed to state and area food banks. Their most recent shipment was a load of sweet potatoes, which was given out to area food banks and the county of Logan, WV. They have served over 200 food baskets and prepared over 1,500 hot meals during this month alone. God is doing awesome things through the ministry of the Appalachian DreamCenter!

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