Soup kitchens to provide nightly dinner and a Gospel message
In 2010 I was approached by a couple to take over an inner-city soup kitchen. Trinity House provides a hot dinner and a Gospel message nightly. As I contemplated this opportunity, my thoughts were directed to the story of Jesus and the feeding of the multitudes. My conclusion, it’s easier for someone to listen to the gospel of Christ on a full stomach rather than an empty one. Many take advantage of this soup kitchen. Many have heard the gospel. Many have attended church. Making folks a part of the fellowship is the goal. Pastor James Dowdy and Keeping the Faith Baptist Church runs and oversees Trinity House faithfully. In addition to Trinity House 1, two more feeding centers have begun. As a result, over 400 people per month are being fed in inner-city Indianapolis.