Ronnie Phillips Ministries International Provides Hams To Families In Need On Easter

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Ronnie Phillips Ministries International is partnering with Abba’s House and Home Folks in Soddy Daisy to give out Easter meals for families who are struggling through this pandemic.

 

This Friday, April 10, families can get a free seven pound ham, donated by RPMI, plus a quart of mashed potatoes, green beans and rolls from Home Folks in Soddy Daisy.

They can be picked up, first come first served, starting at 5 p.m. in the front circle of Abbas House in Hixson. There will be signs to direct people where to go for curbside delivery of the meals, distributed by volunteers with gloves.

 

Abba’s House is also providing 300 easter bags for the kids. Within those 300 bags, 35 will contain eggs with various denominations of money, up to $100.

 

Ronnie Phillips Ministries International is committed to delivering hope and help to the people in Chattanooga and around the world. Abba’s House is a a house of grace that exists to help people live free and fully alive. For more info, visit ronniephillips.org.

 

Abba’s House is at 5208 Hixson Pike, just north of Northgate Mall.


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