By writer to www.selmatimesjournal.com
Yvonne Mitchell’s Prayer Pillow Ministry started inside her residence in Bibb County final yr.
Mitchell, who resides in Randolph, donated pillows to the Dallas County Sheriff Workplace final week for its deputies and workers.
Mitchell started making pillows final month within the kitchen of her house in Randolph. Every pillow despatched out is accompanied by scripture from the guide of Habakkuk within the Bible.
“God woke me up out of my sleep one night time,” stated Mitchell. “I requested God to make use of me to assist others and be a lightweight for others. If God might assist me get by way of breast most cancers, how can he not assist others once we want Him most.”
A 2005 graduate of Concordia School, Mitchell is a breast most cancers survivor who underwent 16 rounds of chemotherapy and eight weeks of radiation.
Mitchell stated that Ola Morrow, a former Dallas County Sheriff Workplace worker, performs an enormous position in her success.
“She’s my prayer pillow associate,” Mitchell stated. “Ola so diligently helps me to make all of this occur by way of Christ Jesus.”
Morrow, a kidney transplant survivor, stated she’s grateful for the DCSO at all times having her again.
“The DCSO at all times regarded out for me,” Morrow stated.
Granthum stated he appreciated the pillows from Mitchell and Morrow.
“There’s an outcry nationwide over the police, the prayer pillow ministry exhibits that they care about us,” Granthum stated. “It means rather a lot to us.”