God Provides Ministry
Rating: 4.95 stars 21 reviews
Issues: Food, Human Services
Location: 2453 Troy Avenue South El Monte CA 91733 USA
Geographic areas served: Southern California
Programs: Food Bank
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As a board member, it has been a pleasure to serve this organization since 2003 and assist in planning its growth and sticking to basic fundamental theology that were only the vessel and through the Creator all is possible. Being faithful and in constant prayer and trusting in faith our growth has been a blessing when so many food banks have closed. We continue to strive to be a blessing to those in need, guide those who seek a personal relationship in worship and make a difference in the lives we touch. Sticking to our faith and principles is our strength and the willingness to help all is our success.
For 2014 our program "We are our brother's keeper" Genesis 4:1-9 teaches us our direction to serve in aiding our fellow man, humanity, love and caring. Our Native American values that a man is measured by how much he shares and not by how much he has saved. To respects all faiths and to demonstrate our by our actions of giving, sharing , and respect. James 2:17 faith without works is dead.
Its is in our best interest to give you the best we can provide for it is the blessing we seek. Our heart is in the right place so if we fail you in our service please let me know. Pastor Allan
2 people found this review helpful
I have been to many food banks and panties. God Provides give food that meet our groceries needs for over a week and an assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables plus meats. No hassle about income, just the need for assistance.
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