Inspired by God’s grace and blessings, Meal-A-Day’s newest committee member spreads the word to Southern California
Meal-A-Day provides those in need with basic necessities such as food, clean water and education. While giving all praise and credit to God, this organization would not be possible without the dedication of its committee members. Sis. Kellie Gelineau of the Simi Hills Ecclesia in Southern California is the most recent addition to the Meal-A-Day Committee. Kellie is thrilled to be a part of the team, and she looks forward to working on the exciting projects to benefit those in need in Central and South America and the Caribbean.
The scriptures tell us to do good unto all men, and to care for the fatherless and the widows. I see Meal-A-Day as a literal and tangible way of glorifying God by helping those who need basic life resources—like clean water, food, and education. After attending the committee’s most recent meeting, I was quite inspired by all the blessings that were being imparted by God’s grace through the Christadelphian community. The projects were being well supervised, and the donations were being carefully committed to viable partners that regularly report what has been accomplished with the support they have received from Meal-A-Day. I am thankful for the invitation to serve with this committee, and encourage everyone to support the important work being done by this Christadelphian charity.
Kellie has had previous committee experience, serving with her husband Jeff on the Idyllwild and Palm Springs Bible School Committees as well as managing the finances for the CBMA. They also enjoy traveling, visiting national parks, and hiking. In addition to assisting the ecclesia in whatever way is needed, Kellie volunteers locally with Interface Children & Family Services.
Kellie is looking to help Meal-A-Day in any way that she can, and most importantly, spreading the news of this important work with the Brothers and Sisters of Southern California.