A group of men standing on a wooden bridge.

MOH volunteers had the blessed opportunity yesterday to go, serve, and build the first Bridge of Hope ramp of the season at a house in Oneida.

The resident of the house is a 95-year-old mother who is having difficulty walking and can no longer safely use the steps to leave her home. One of her daughters lives with her and another lives in the area. Both are excited and so thankful that through this part of MOH\’s ministry, their mother can now experience the physical freedom this Bridge of Hope, ramp provides –just as our hope in Jesus does spiritually.

Special thanks to our friends at Appalachian Life Quality Initiative, for your ministry partnership in serving this community. And a very special thank you to all of our MOH volunteers that helped with the build. This really was a great example of…Hope fulfilled for those who needed it so much.

One of the daughters sent this message…

We are so grateful to the Mission of Hope volunteers who constructed a ramp for our mother.  She is 95 and now we don’t have to worry about her going up the stairs on the porch.  Mom loves the ramp.  These volunteers gave their time and talents. Words can never truly express our appreciation.  Again, thank you so very much.

After the completion of every ramp, our volunteers have the privilege to pray with and for the families we are serving.  Please join us and pray for this ministry and the people it touches.

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