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"Let us not become weary in doing good” Galatians 6:9
As we walk on in this lockdown, or as one family member recently said to me “plodding along” let us keep doing good even if it is a plod. Plodding on your walk each day but turning it to prayer. Plodding on in your Zoom mid-week group even when you’re all zoomed out. Plodding on packing another food bank box wondering if the need will ever stop. Plodding on as we mark one year since the start of the first national lockdown.
Together all our plodding is part of the solution as we follow a faithful God who patiently and faithfully never gives up on us.
Executive director, HOPE Together
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As things shift around, we’ve expanded our board and continue to listen to a wide range of voices. Say hello to our newest board members Damilola Makinde and David Sola Oludoyi!
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