There’s an army in Navasota this week helping clean up from all the recent disasters; a small army, admittedly, but an army nonetheless; the United Methodist Army.
Volunteer Coordinator Randy Wallen tells Navasota News he, and about seventy others, set-up camp at Navasota’s United Methodist Church Sunday, and are going about town trying to help out needy families.
Wallen says the group’s core is comprised of high school students guided by adults, which is coincidental, he adds, because it was his kids that brought him to the UM Army.
Each of us are Christian, he continues, and are bound by our faith to express our beliefs through deeds; that’s what drives us.
So, if you see a pack of six or seven strangers helping out in your neighborhood, give ‘em a howdy. They’re here to help.
You can find out more about the UM Army at www.umarmy.org