Kirkwood, Alabama — A community of Christians in the small city of 2,000 is trying to help others in the area and beyond, according to a video posted to the Lad Bible website.
The video shows members of the Lad community working in their church, sharing the gospel and sharing stories of their community.
The video also features a community prayer and a message from the group.
The Lad Bible, a Christian group based in Kirkwood that aims to provide resources for the poor and marginalized, was formed in 2012.
Its goal is to serve people from the community, especially those who are homeless or have experienced hardship, according a video on the group’s website.
It also offers resources such as food, clothing, and hygiene kits, as well as the ability to participate in the group for free, according the video.
In the video, members of The Lad group talk about their journey to being in Kirkwoods faith.
They say they have a lot of faith, but they also have a hard time talking to people about their faith because of social stigma.
In addition to being able to share the gospel with others, The Lad says it also helps people to understand the importance of being a good person.
The group is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, meaning it has to pay taxes.
But the group does not receive any tax money, according its website.