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Tomorrow at 4 o'clock -- when Victoria posting.
We'll be having America's might have hope in the nation's capital to present that and -- hosting say this is time for the nation to come together to celebrate.
God's blessings as we've just seen there and Alabama.
There was things have been putting real action all week long behind their message helping to people to live their lives beyond the -- Teams of young people working hard and with a smile.
To beautify the campus of Amidon elementary school in the inner city of Washington DC.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And preparing to put down you sought and mortgage.
It's all part of sewing seeds of hope.
Into the nation's capital.
All week long that's been the goal of joy and Victoria -- staying with come to Washington armed with volunteers from generation Project Hope.
With an eagerness to help improve a community you've known you brought a good and that's just told you actually working bell and yeah -- leave office to do these volunteers coming out to.
Paul Paul -- a lot of is Kelly we believe enough to.
Even hope you don't -- -- -- -- actions as well so there's about.
Record days leading up to the -- I just feel like the community better.
The fans some of the Bible talks about how we should leave places better -- -- they -- before and so I hope we knew about a year's time.
Places will be better not this didn't get our spirits good physically as well.
Those -- that a -- campaign is also included volunteers have been sanding down old paint on the school's iron fence and then replacing the -- with the new coat of paint.
Joseph says the work is a true reflection of serving the community beyond the pulpit -- -- church reaching out to the world.
I think those children -- help.
-- Inside the school's library Victoria posting takes time to read whatever children's books to school children -- Afterwards she introduces the entire hosting family to the kids.
The school leaders tell me they are more than grateful to have those -- visit their school they believe their visit we'll have a tremendous impact on the students and their community.
Most importantly where -- -- really excited to hear dead.
This is -- wanted to read the books to students because we always talk about the importance of education.
The end volunteer work is extremely important but when you I'm also you know they're leading the -- -- -- it.
This is what makes and a half for us and maybe they'll come back and continue to do other things other projects and maybe other volunteers throughout the city of sin you know maybe should give.
And volunteer my time and -- -- like -- bit.
Felt that I did great things in life.
During the week in the nation's capital -- -- been spreading the good news to everyone including members of congress.
-- was asked to give the opening prayer for the house and senate.
Give them wisdom as they make good decisions.
Courage that they will hold fast to your truth.
And compassion that all should prosper from their loss so what are you hoping that might have -- producers.
It'd -- courageous people in their faith toughness and experience.
In the hope that once into the brings together more in the community and the Bible says -- there's unity there's God's blessing and especially in political season political year can be a very divisive and we're all passionate about politics and what we believe.
Think that or.
You can come together respect each other and even if he respectfully disagree.
Think it's important that I wanted to destroy people's fears that another -- -- Okay.
Really Q with the kids right there America's -- -- Pope was originally scheduled for tonight but it had to be moved tomorrow tomorrow.
Due to bad weather going on the nation's capital of more than 40000 people -- and -- -- expected to attend.
America's might have -- being held at the Washington's.
Nationals Park very inspirational yeah thank you very Matt thank you.
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