SERVING SATURDAY IN OROVILLE, CALIFORNIA

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Thank you Father God for suiting up and showing up at Bedrock Park in Oroville, California this evening for our first Serving Saturday.  We arrived to total insanity with two different groups fighting in the park along the beautiful Feather River.  Diane grabbed a handful of popsicles and ran into the crazy stupid telling everyone they needed to cool down.  Tracey tried to reason with the unruly guys then he called in Jesus Christ to have his way casting out the evil  God was the party crasher!  One of the mouthy guys claimed to have a loaded gun so hello 911. The Oroville Police Department came instantly and needless to say, the bad mojo all ran.  We honor our officers for making a difference.

We didn’t let spiritual warfare stop the appointment from God.  We prayed for peeps and shared the gospel.  The glory field is ripe for the harvest.  Our dear Terry surprised Tracey with a hand carved rod.  What a perfect gift at the right time.  Yes, we’re called to messy places with not so pretty peeps.  We’re called to love unconditionally.  You don’t have to “take over” a park to make a difference.  It’s so simple to serve others sharing the love of Christ. Hurt people hurt others.  Let them see Jesus in you.

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di & scott bedrock aug 2018

tracey preaching bedrock 2 aug 2018

LOVING ON THE LOST ONE PEEP AT A TIME

I work for God and he allows me to minister and love on the lost.  Robert came to our church in Oroville, California months ago.  He was broken in tears that his brother had passed away.  Robert and his service dog needed a bus ticket to Idaho to be with his family.  I wrote his story and donations came offering him a hand up and not a hand out during this time of loss.

Robert and Twyla returned to Oroville stepping into our life.  Robert had three heart attacks in a short period of time.  Needless to say, we couldn’t let him recover at a homeless camp on the river so he came to live with us.  We loved Robert unconditionally and sometimes it was real messy.  Twyla ruled our house as she trained our dogs too.  Robert has come so far in such a short period of time.  God covered him with favor and grace.

Today, I said farewell for awhile to Robert.  He and Twyla have a new journey and chapter.  I cried all the way home knowing that loving on one peep at a time is all that is takes.  Love and kindness is the ripple effect to building a better world.  I love you Robert and Twyla .  I know that God loves you more.  Whew and ugly cry.

twyla robert jax

WELCOME NEW BOARD MEMBER DIANE BOYLE

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FEED MY PEEPS welcomes a new board member to our family.  Diane Boyle will help lead us in Northern California as God continues to open our doors.  Diane’s a mother and grandmother with a nurturing heart.  She has a seasoned culinary background and loves to serve others.  Diane has the gift of prophesy and loves the Lord.  We see God moving in and through her in a mighty way.  Please welcome Diane as she serves our little charity that could.

WASHINGTON DC OUTREACH

Amrita & Lulu

Tracey in DC with man

FEED MY PEEPS takes a team of loving volunteers into Washington, DC monthly.  We offer hugs, hope and a hand up to those in need.  We serve clothes, food, toiletries, shoes and even stuffed animals to our homeless friends in Franklin Square.  We share the love of Christ to the lost.  We would love your help?  Can you host a jeans drive for us?  Jeans are Gold.  We’re always seeking bottled water and prepacked snacks.  Jump in and join us for street outreach.  You really can’t put a price tag on compassion.  Please contact Jaxs at 314-452-8578 for dates and more information.

DC OUTREACH Team

Little Girl & baby doll in DC

HOW WE STARTED IN AFRICA

Koech, Tracey, Jaxs Kenya

God gave me FEED MY PEEPS on a mountain in Kenya Africa 2011.  We had no idea that this special boy named James Koech would change our lives forever.  God wanted Koech more.  He passed away after returning to his family in Africa.  We serve now in three states because Koech showed me hungry kids and little ones with no clothes in the remote areas of Kenya.  God has no boundaries.  We serve because of Koech and Matthew 25:35.  Please read more about our testimony with Koech by clicking on “WHO WE ARE.”koech village parae

koech & tracey

Birthday Cake in Kenya

Orphans in Africa

Praise Report

a reason to help

I met a special person at a homeless camp in Northern Virginia not long ago that had made some poor decisions. This person worked really hard to stay focused and finally landed gainful employment. We have a great team that has offered this dear person a hand up and not a hand out.  I moved this wonderful friend from a tent and a tarp to a secure roof with a real bathroom today. This friend loves the Lord and has a fresh start. Homelessness has no zip code. Homelessness doesn’t mean hopelessness. I’m so grateful to be part of the journey to plant seeds and watch God harvest exceedingly and abundantly. Keep on Serving, Jaxs

Grandma Nora’s Special Blankets

Brittany and her Grandma Nora put a lot of love in making their handmade special blankets. In honor of Grandma Nora’s memory, Brittany gifted FEED MY PEEPS with over a hundred blankets. We blessed them out during Serving Saturday outreach to our homeless friends on the streets of St. Lou. Thank you Britt for sharing the love to keep everyone warm.

Grandma Nora's Special Blankets
Grandma Nora’s Special Blankets

One Peep At A Time

One Peep at A TimeHot off the Press – Jacki’s new book, One Peep At A Time.  Readers will discover an inspirational testimony of how one person can impact the life of another – which ripples out to others. FEED MY PEEPS began in Kenya, Africa with a teenage boy named Koech. He impacted the author’s life, which stirred her heart to serve those in need. Koech passed away at a young age but the difference he made in this world is immeasurable through a little charitable organization called FEED MY PEEPS. One bag of beans, one bag of rice or even one pan of pasta can serve a village or community just “One Peep at a Time.”

“I pray this story will inspire others to step out of their comfort zone to serve those less fortunate,” states the author. “One act of kindness can create a ripple effect which can impact a community. Compassion is contagious and does not have a price tag.”

Jacki Lynne Dirksmeyer is the director of FEED MY PEEPS, which originated in St. Louis, Missouri. She has a seasoned background in hospitality, culinary and ministry. Jacki was awarded the Local Food Hero Award from Gardens to Tables at St. Louis University in 2013. FEED MY PEEPS has also expanded to the Northern Virginia and Washington, DC areas. Jacki has sown culinary seeds and the harvest is abundant as the network of chefs and market places generously support the movement of FEED MY PEEPS.

The book is available online through Xulon Press, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.  Retailers may order One Peep At A Time through Ingram Book Company or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.

SERVING SATURDAYS

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Please join us for Serving Saturdays on the streets of St. Lou.  We bless out clothing, blankets, snacks and toiletries to our displaced friends.  We offer a hand up not a hand out.  We serve with dignity and love.

Can you host a jean drive for us?  Jeans are gold!!

We serve every Saturday on the corner of 14th and Olive (across from the library) Downtown from 8:00am – 10am.

Please call Jacki (314) 452-8578 if you wish to volunteer for outreach with us.  Serving is Contagious!

FMP on locust


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