Blessing Basket, Missionaries, Urban Farming and Project Be Confident, November 2015

On this edition of Impact, we connect with a local missionary who is on a mission to recruit more African Americans. The Blessing Basket Project is connecting it’s artisans to those buying their baskets resulting in new found friends. Turning neglected city lots into vibrant vegetable gardens is the goal for two students turned full-time farmers. And using her own life experiences, a local woman is inspiring young girls to be all they can be.

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Blessing Basket, Missionaries, Urban Farming and Project Be Confident, November 2015

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