December got off to a great start as flood’s first project of the season was our all time favorite, Operation Christmas Child! Around 100 student and adults went to the warehouse and helped prepare shoeboxes that make their way around the world to children in many countries.
Chattahoochee High School wrapped socks with candy canes for their focus project this month on the streets with our homeless friends. Northview and Hooch will partner together to head downtown to a local park, pass out snacks, socks, and just hang out with all of the friends they have made.
Students from many schools served at The Garden with 7 Bridges to Recovery preparing a meal and helping the children who live there with a Christmas craft. flood continues to partner with 7 Bridges in many ways. We just can’t get enough of the love of Jesus that comes from all those who live and serve at the Garden. flood is blessed to be a partner of this AMAZING ministry!
The 2nd annual flood Christmas tree is sporting pictures of our AMAZING students serving in the community! The tree is located at flood’s new office space provided by the Lipscomb Family Foundation. Located at ROAM (corner of Windward and North Point Parkway).
We welcome anyone to drop by and check out the new office space. But don’t forget to bring your winter items! Scarves, blankets, coats, and gloves collected will be distributed to the homeless at our annual Christmas Eve STREET REACH project. All students and families are welcome to join us. Register on-line at www.floodstudentmissions.org.