Discerning the Holy Spirit’s call to action, Crystal and Bev felt compelled to help.
With government permission, and in two separate, fully-loaded cars Bev and Crystal set off on a four-hour road trip to Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation, located in the Georgian Bay region of Ontario, Canada.
With all roads into the community closed except one, in order to stop the spread of COVID-19, the sight of two cars approaching the checkpoint was met with hesitancy. However, when our FPV ambassadors explained they were delivering food, and extra items for kids, including toys, journals, and colouring books to the food bank, hesitancy turned into hope, and they were welcomed into the community.
While pausing to pray after unloading the items, Cheryl saw a picture of a bullseye and said, “You hit the mark.”
Follow the lastest stories and updates at firstpeoplesvoices.ca