Participation in the annual Food Roundup is always amazing, but the Baptist Children’s Homes (BCH) residents saw how our churches gave sacrificially this past fall even as most churches faced their own extraordinary challenges as a result of COVID-19. MBA churches have modeled what BCH teaches the children, many who are unchurched: God will always be there for them even in the most difficult of situations.
Boys and girls come to BCH from situations of unimaginable neglect and abuse causing them to feel alone and forgotten. When you add a global pandemic on top of their already traumatic circumstances, their feelings of hopelessness are amplified. Thank you for shining the light of Christ into children’s darkness by participating in the Food Roundup.
Please help as the Food Roundup returns in April.
With the pandemic continuing into 2021, your participation in the food drive is vital as it settles back into its normal schedule. When our churches unite for the annual Food Roundup, it feeds hundreds and hundreds of boys and girls living at Baptist Children’s Homes. When you are feeding BCH cottages across North Carolina that can have as many as a dozen children, it takes a lot of food to fill hungry bellies.
In the flyer below, you can read how MBA is partnering in 2021 with the BCH Food Roundup. We invite you to encourage your church or small group to participate in April to help make a big impact in the lives of children in North Carolina.BCH-Food-Roundup-2021-Invitation
Bring all collected items to the Great Commission Center by Monday, May 3rd. Items should be in boxes (not grocery bags) in order to best transport them to the warehouse for sorting and storage.