Grace Ministry of Helping Hands
Rating: 4.88 stars 58 58 reviews
8834 Goodbys Executive Dr Ste F % Jan Miller Jacksonville FL 32217 USA
To be God's hands and feet as we show His love to hurting women on the streets of Jacksonville, FL
We have had several success stories-check our web page to see what we do
Jacksonville, FL , women on the street who have no hope
teach Bible lessons, GED training, job skills, healthy cooking, resume writing, interview skills, etc.
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These folks go into the dark places that not many are willing to go! I suppose them whole heatedly and support their efforts.
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Being a part of Grace Ministry has enriched my life. Because of the sincerity and integrity of Grace Ministry i do not hesitate to invest my time and resources. I highly recommend these servants!!
We have great love and respect for this ministry and the life-saving work they do. My organization has proudly partnered with GMoHH on several occasions and we look forward to opportunities to do so again in the future. What a passion and love for those who others would likely look past or not view as worthy of genuine love. Thank you Grace Ministry for your awesome labor of love!! - George Davis, Sr. Pastor of Impact Church
Grace Ministries is making a real difference to the people who live near the north end of Philips Highway in Jacksonville, Florida. Their commitment to holistic healing found not only through partnering with various city services, but primarily though the healing power of Jesus Christ is changing this community one life at a time. The leaders and volunteers with Grace Ministries are living the incarnation by going to the "least of these" and being the hands and feet of Jesus.
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