Springdale’s “Be Love” Outreach Ministry

October 25, 2023

SPRINGDALE, ARK. – Springdale Adventist Fellowship is an active church community that is trying to make a positive impact in the world. The “Be Love” Outreach Ministry, led by Larry Holliman, strives to go beyond mere words and become a church of unlimited possibilities. Their mission is to serve as the hands and feet of Christ, reaching out to those in need and making a difference in the lives of others.

Every third Sabbath of the month, a group of young adults from Springdale Adventist Fellowship takes action and serves as the hands and feet of Christ. They come together to serve the community and make a positive impact. This can include volunteering at local shelters, organizing food drives, reaching out to the elderly or serving the homeless. These young adults routinely organize outreach programs to provide food, clothing and essential supplies to the homeless population in the Northwest Arkansas area. 

These volunteers engage in meaningful conversations, offering support and encouragement to those facing difficult circumstances.

In addition, this group collaborates with various organizations and individuals who share this vision. By collaborating with local charities, non-profit organizations and community leaders, they can maximize the impact and reach a wider audience. Together, they strive to create a network of support and love that extends beyond the walls of the church.

Holliman states, “The ‘Be Love’ Outreach Ministry at Springdale Adventist Fellowship is committed to making a lasting impact in the lives of others. By going beyond words and actively serving as the hands and feet of Christ, we strive to bring hope, love and compassion to those who need it most. Through our monthly service, collaboration with other organizations and various projects and initiatives, we aim to spread love and create a church without walls. We invite you to join us in making a difference and being a part of something greater than ourselves. Together we can truly make a positive impact in our community.”

By Danita Mullins