Argyle Moms Teach Humility to 7th Graders

Argyle Moms Teach Humility to 7th Graders

A group of Argyle Moms got together to teach their children to learn about appreciation for all that they have.  They held a “Shoebox Packing Party” for 7th graders and their parents at one mom’s house which included the kids packing a box of gifts to be sent to children overseas.

Through a Christian organization called Samaritans Purse, shoe boxes are packed and distributed to children ages 2-14 filled with all kinds of things from personal hygiene items to toys.  They are then shipped overseas to hundreds of countries and distributed by churches with an invitation to hear the Gospel.

The kids concentrated on boxes for boys and girls ages 10-14. More information about the program may be found at www.operationchristmaschild.org.


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