A men's ministry in Georgia has helped a local National Guard solider and his family facing difficulties by rallying the group's church to raise $12,000 for the purchase of a new vehicle for the family.
"Every year the men's ministry takes on the tradition to help the community and this year, we wanted to help a veteran. Our heart is to help these guys, because they have physical and emotional and circumstantial needs," said Jim Crumbley, associate volunteer pastor at C3 Church in Lawrenceville, to the Christian Post. "We didn't want to find a 'Christian' to help, we wanted anyone that needed help. We're taking the gospel to the community just as Jesus said."