Food security is an important part of community justice! We take donations from individuals and local businesses and use them to fight hunger. Help us connect with donors and with people who have need: If you are in need of food or have food to share, contact us.
Every Saturday of the month, we mobilize our teams of volunteers to make a real difference in our local communities: From distributing blessing bags to serving coffee, to feeding the community; join us and see what can be accomplished when you get an impassioned team to focus on change.
This pandemic has been difficult for everybody so we've created online opportunities that are safe spaces to gather, talk and learn from one another. Our community is full of people who are eager for safe social distancing. Check out our calendar, there may be something that interests you!
Our community is full of people who need help. We have informal counseling and online supportive groups available and referrals if you need them. We work to help the people connect services with the people who need them. Come connect with people in new ways!
We are always looking for leaders for our support groups and ministries. If you are experienced in any of these areas and feel the Lord has been urging you to work with individuals who are currently struggling, please contact Rev Chandra.
Our goal is to teach individuals in the community an amazing array of skills; from meditation and self improvement to home improvement work so that they can improve the conditions of their minds, bodies, spirits and living environments. Imagine the amount of self growth when one can encounter whole life change. The desired outcome is that our neighbors will have gained new pride in their environments while they have gained valuable life skills.
Rev Chandra has a Bachelor’s of Psychology from Hampton University, VA & a Master's of Science in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University, MD. She has 4 units of CPE from Johns Hopkins Hospital w/ a specialty in Pediatrics. She has previous experience working with troubled youth in the Baltimore City School System & as a Spiritual De
Rev Chandra has a Bachelor’s of Psychology from Hampton University, VA & a Master's of Science in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University, MD. She has 4 units of CPE from Johns Hopkins Hospital w/ a specialty in Pediatrics. She has previous experience working with troubled youth in the Baltimore City School System & as a Spiritual Development Coordinator for a Residential Treatment Center. She served as Associate Pastor in the United Methodist Church & most recently as a Hospital Chaplain. She started Love in Action Worldwide Ministries, Inc, LIAWWM in September 2017 after the Lord’s leading
She is the mother of 5 (1 biological & 4 inherited) children & a proud Grammy to 3 perfect little granddaughters. She loves to serve and finds great joy in doing the work of the Lord. As someone who has lived with depression & anxiety for several years, she believes her superpowers are compassion & empathy. She is most proud of having been a contestant on Wheel of Fortune Season 33 Episode 13
Her motto is "If you make an observation, you have an obligation to DO something."
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