This post belongs to a series called, “Show Me Christ.” How we can mirror God’s love for the world? Members of the congregation are encouraged to share photos, videos, stories, poems, or other media that reflect God’s calling in all of us, and the love we have for our fellow man. What does Christ look like on this earth, today?
God’s love can be reflected in all of us with the acts of kindness we perform, no matter how great or small. A perfect example of this reflection is in Bill and Melissa Fulton’s most recent endeavors with Sampson Community College.
In December 2020, Bill and Melissa established a scholarship fund in memory of their parents, RW and Dorothy Tanner, and Hewitt and Katherine Fulton, and also in memory of their late son, Matthew, who passed away in 2016 (also a proud member of GMPC). This scholarship will go to support the many students who pass through the doors of the college for their educational pursuits.
A full article regarding the setup of this educational fund can be read at this Sampson Independent Link.
An excerpt from the write-up: “President of Sampson Community College, Dr. Bill Starling, stated that Bill and Melissa’s passion for their community is exemplary of the spirit of Sampson County and has inspired several others to give back.”
The mirror of God’s love is certainly exemplified in the community-forward actions of Bill and Melissa. Thank you both for all that you do!
How else can each of us display the Holy Spirit in our day-to-day lives? No matter how great or small, acts of kindness and selflessness will bring greater purpose to our place on this Earth. Please continue to share your observances of God’s reflection to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shared with permission from the Fulton Family