Homes for Bibles Goes Across State Lines

Over the past 12 months, God has provided many outlets for Homes for Bibles to expand and move our ministry to other places besides Columbus. Recently, we have expanded our efforts to Michigan. Randy and Vel Stimpson, my grandparents, stole about 20 bags from Homes for Bibles and took them to Michigan. They quickly realized the need for homeless intervention around where they live. Through God's grace, they have been handing out bags near Taylor, MI. Randy said, "I guess you could say we are expanding the ministry to Michigan." He has handed out a few bags to people at his local Walmart. "This location seems to get different people and you can pull into a parking lot to speak with them." My grandparents have been looking for an outlet to reach out to the homeless for a while now. "Your project was very timely. Glad you got it going." It is important that Christians don't resist the opportunities that God has placed before them. However, they (myself included) fall short often. Randy and Vel took this opportunity and pursued the homeless.


"I'm trying to share with them that God knows their situation and that He has a plan for them." -Randy Stimpson in his conversations with the homeless at his local Walmart


Jeremiah 29:11 ESV

"For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope."

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