Wednesday, October 1, 2014

volunteer of the week WENDY MITCHELL

This week we honor Wendy Mitchell as The Community Fellowship’s Volunteer of the Week!

 

Wendy Mitchel has been a part of The Community Fellowship family for about a year.  She loves working with people as is reflected in the job the Lord called her to as a Private Duty CNA.

 

On Sundays Wendy can often be found teaching our children in Kids Worship and being an active encouragement to them.

 

Wendy is a gifted cook and leads a Cook Team in our REACH Ministry where she is instrumental in blessing her team members as well as our friends Uptown at the Martinsville Hotel where hot meals are served every Saturday from 5 until 6pm. 

 

Before becoming a leader in REACH Ministry and building her own team, Wendy volunteered with one of our teams that goes out to serve meals to the homeless.

 

Wendy loves serving the Lord in any way that He leads her and feels she is blessed by doing so.  In the future Wendy plans to continue her schooling and get back into the Health Science field.

 

In her spare time Wendy enjoys spending time with her family in the beauty God has created whether it’s going up on the mountain or going fishing.  

 

Wendy’s favorite Bible Scripture is Philippians 4:13 “I can so all things through Christ who strengthens me.”  This verse helped her through her time in school while she was caring for her mother as well as during life situations in general.

 

We are honored to recognize Wendy Mitchell as our Volunteer of the Week!  Thank you, Wendy, for being a tremendous blessing to our church family through your obedience to the Lord of serving others.

 

 

*** for more information about The Community Fellowship or Dream Center call 276-647-8231 or email cmartin@thecommunityfellowship.org.  To give online click on this link   https://tcf.ccbchurch.com/trx_submit.php?type=public_gift  ***

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