On Monday, May 12th, the first Freshman class of TBCA took a day off of classes to leave campus and serve others in our area. The true Christ-like character of these students was clearly seen from start to finish along-side Mr. Yates and Mr. Austin. The students began by unloading OVER 13,000 pounds of food for the Kernersville food pantry at the Crisis Control Center in Kernersville. Director Kathy Hoffner was extremely grateful for their hard work and gave the Freshman an overview of why and how the Crisis Control Ministry exists.
After leaving Kernersville the students were able to have some fun eating lunch together in
downtown Winston-Salem at Mellow Mushroom before heading over to the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission. At the Mission the students were able to meet and talk with several of the guys living there and take a tour of the facility. Many of the students learned so much by experiencing first hand the purpose and ministry of the Rescue Mission.
A heart for Jesus and others was truly displayed by the Freshman class, and we look forward to seeing God use them in so many different ways!