Hands and Feet of Jesus
AMARILLO, TEX. – The children of Amarillo Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church recently visited the Northwest Texas Children's Hospital to deliver "busy bags" to patients. With generous donations from members and friends, the "busy bags" were filled with coloring books, crayons, colored pencils, word search books, puzzles, stuffed animals and socks, as well as a Bible tract. The Amarillo Spanish church children handed out a total of 105 bags and had the opportunity to personally visit with a child staying at the hospital. Their hope was that the "busy bags" would be a blessing for each child who received one. Additionally, they delivered snack baskets to the nurses to show appreciation for all that they do in caring for the children. The children's ministry plans to continue to donate to the Northwest Texas Children’s Hospital and to the Ronald McDonald House in Amarillo. The goal is to instill in the Amarillo Spanish church children a passion to serve others and be the hands and feet of Jesus in the Amarillo community.
By Sandra Zubia