- 989 122nd Street
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Benevolence Needs, Hunt Family & Venture Academy
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This year on Christmas Eve, all offering received will go directly to Giving Hope Fund.
Giving Hope Fund will do two things. First, it will directly support our Benevolence needs. These are individuals and families in our church and community who we've identified as needing assistance with things like gas, food, utilities and insurance, as the cost of essentials continues to rise.
And second, Giving Hope Fund will provide support to four featured Share Partners. These are organizations and individuals who are making a difference for Jesus in ways beyond what we can accomplish directly as a church on our own.
Benevolence needs are individuals and families in our church and community who we've identified as needing assistance with things like gas, food, utilities and insurance, as the cost of these essentials continues to rise.
Hope Village is helping resolve the issues surrounding homelessness and affordable housing right here in our community. Jacob's Well wants to continue supporting their efforts as Hope Village raises money to build 28 units of affordable housing and house ten tiny homes used to shelter those who are homeless. Work has already begun on this project; the site has been prepared with utilities and several of the tiny homes have already been relocated to the Hope Village.
Reaching those who have been incarcerated with the message of Christ has a real and lasting impact on those who come out both reformed and redeemed. This year we are supporting 320 inmates who will receive gift bags for Christmas. The gift bags will include Christ-centered materials along with some other useful items and snacks.
The Hunt family has been serving on the mission field in Asia for many years, making an impact for God in regions where it is most difficult to share the Gospel. However, with Covid and a changing political landscape around the world, the Hunts have now relocated to Florida. From there they continue their ministry, directing operations in the same regions of Asia, and utilizing people there who have been trained to carry the message of Christ to many who still need to hear. While the Hunt family is adjusting to life in the US, financial impact of losing everything as they fled during Covid is still very real.
A large portion of the offering goes toward providing tiny homes and other affordable housing to the homeless in the Chippewa Valley.
A large portion of the offering goes toward planting multi-ethnic churches all over Wisconsin and the Twin Cities.
A large portion of the offering goes toward making a lasting impact for Jesus in the middle east.
The remainder of the offering went directly to helping several of our local families in need: