Feed The Children Supports Federal Workers And Their Families


Feed The Children Supports Federal Workers And Their Families



#24 [02/19/2019]


Living Epistles Ministries is a Christian teaching ministry that supports believers through the free dissemination of religious content including books, videos, and MP3s. Each year, 15 percent of the income Living Epistles Ministries generated from tithes and offerings is allocated to the support of a select group of charities, including Feed the Children.


Recently, Feed the Children made news headlines in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where the organization is headquartered. During the recent government shutdown, the nonprofit, which is guided by Christian principles, provided supplies to those federal workers whose families were struggling financially in the wake of furloughs.


Some 400 affected families in the Oklahoma City area gathered at the organization’s distribution center to receive a 15-pound box filled with household essential items, including laundry soap, shampoo and conditioner, and toothpaste, as well as a 25-pound box of food. Each family also received a case of bottled water. The act of charity was directly in line with Feed the Children’s foundational values, which include the defense of dignity, promotion of partnership, the preservation of integrity, and the responsible use of donors’ contributions.

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Sheila R. Vitale is the founding teacher and pastor of Living Epistles Ministries and Christ-Centered Kabbalah. In that capacity, she expounds upon the Torah (Scripture) and teaches Scripture through a unique Judeo-Christian lens.

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