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#isolife for some of these Bible heroes was no walk in the park. It was a wander in the desert . . .
People have so far purchased more than 200 meal vouchers to feed people in need, at a cost of $A14 per meal.
Forty volunteers assembled 112 food hampers on the weekend to help people doing it tough during COVID-19.
The fruit trees were being harvested to use in food parcels and in meals served at Cannington Community Church's weekly soup kitchen.
Dozens of Bibles were distributed to help church members continue evangelising.
Two young people—Akaly Vetalis and Numan Asine—have taken advantage of COVID-19 restrictions to ramp up their evangelism efforts.
The integrated online platform is designed to reach new secular audiences and funnel them into local church communities.
For international students unable to afford flights to return home, receive government support or find employment in a struggling economy, the food is hugely appreciated.