FRANCISTOWN: Shadow of God International Ministries extended a helping hand by donating food hampers to disadvantaged people in Francistown on Saturday.
When addressing attendants city Mayor Sylvia Muzila thanked the church for its godly undertaking.
She urged other churches to benchmark from Shadow of God International Ministries by adopting a gesture of giving back to particularly, communities where they serve and other places in the country.
Muzila said that the outreach campaign of bringing the word of God to the people is very commendable.
“We all need Jesus Christ without Him you are poor but with Him there is abundance of joyfulness and riches,” she said.
She encouraged the beneficiaries to cherish what they have been given, stating that the donations should bring them together than divide them.
When giving an overview of the project Apostle Thandiwe Morupisi
She said that the project started off as a way of helping the underprivileged members of the church.
Morupisi stated that they decided to take the initiative to the whole community around June and donated 25 blankets to the needy people in Satellite location.
She said that love without giving is not enough and one cannot say they love yet they are not showing it.
Shadow of God International Ministries through Amazing Hands of God donated 100 food hampers estimated at P25,000 to underprivileged people in Francistown South constituency.