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Bloomington Chapel Church teens praised for giving spirits

By Maggie Coleman, J.O.Y. Ministries

This week we want to recognize our Bloomington Chapel boys, Tanner Foster, Berto Soto and Matthew Irvin!! We are so thankful to have these precious boys from Bloomington as part of our JOY family!


Tanner Foster is a 10th grader at ACHS and plays on the football team. He has participated 4 summers of mission week. Tanner is always willing to help with anything if we call on him just for the day to day things we need.

Berto Soto is a 7th grader at ACMS and plays football for the middle school. Berto has spend 2 summers with us during mission week. Berto has the biggest smile and an even bigger heart!

Matthew Irvin is an 11th grader at ACHS. Matthew has spent 4 summers serving mission week. He is the junior class FFA President, participates in 4H leadership, is the Bloomington Chapel teens president and competes in horse shows. Matthew has also been to Puerto Rico on a mission trip. Matthew loves serving others and is especially good with children! 

JOY Ministries is open at the new location, 411 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY, for folks who need anything or who may want to drop off things or offer help for the homeless and near homeless.


This story was posted on 2018-04-16 17:11:59
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Tanner, Berto and Matthew praised for giving help to others



2018-04-16 - Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Maggie Coleman.
These three teens from Bloomington Chapel Church are being praised for their contributions in the works of J.O.Y. Ministries, helping the homeless or near homeless of Adair County. Tanner Foster, Adair County High School sophomore; Berto Soto, a 7th grader at Adair County Middle School; and Matthew Irvin, a junior at Adair County High School, have given of themselves in chores for the ministry and in missions. Click 'read more' for the story and more details about the boys. - MC

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