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“foto” CampusSERVE by Brianna Crockett

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Here’s an incredible story about a gentleman at The Summit.  We need some more CARE representation in this competition!

The man in this picture is Calvin Bailey. He had a stroke and is now partly paralyzed and has very broken speech. He kept taking our hands and saying, hand...feet...Calvin Bailey...stroke. Then he would say man...woman...ONE GOD! He kept trying to get across that he believed. He wanted so badly to communicate his love for God, and without even being able to put complete sentences together we still understood. Calvin used to be a muscian in the 50's and is unable to play anymore. It was beautiful to see him touch the strings and try and ask how much chords cost. We do Camupus Serve to make people's days brighter like this. Praise God for letting us be apart of his work.

The man in this picture is Calvin Bailey. He had a stroke and is now partly paralyzed and has very broken speech. He kept taking our hands and saying, hand...feet...Calvin Bailey...stroke. Then he would say man...woman...ONE GOD! He kept trying to get across that he believed. He wanted so badly to communicate his love for God, and without even being able to put complete sentences together we still understood. Calvin used to be a muscian in the 50's and is unable to play anymore. It was beautiful to see him touch the strings and try and ask how much chords cost. We do CampusSERVE to make people's days brighter like this. Praise God for letting us be apart of his work.

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Author: campusserve

a six year CampusSERVE volunteer and current director

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