Marsha and Bruce Headley (courtsey)
Representatives of Convoy of Hope will visit First Assembly of God in Jacksboro at 321 N. Second Street Sunday.
Services begin at 10:30 a.m. and Pastor Richard Cleghorn invites everyone to hear this dynamic minister.
Bruce Headley serves as Church Relations Director for Convoy of Hope based in Springfield, Mo.
Since Convoy of Hope, a 501(c)3 faith-based nonprofit, was founded in 1994 they have served more than 55 million people throughout the world through international children's feeding initiatives, community outreaches, disaster response and partner resourcing.
Convoy of Hope has had outreaches in 102 countries as well as many communities throughout the United States.
Convoy of Hope is a first responder to natural disasters around the world, as well as feeding over 127,000 children in nations such as Haiti, Honduras, Kenya, and the Philippines.
Through the feeding initiatives they provide good nutrition, clean and safe drinking water, instruction on agricultural techniques, healthy living environments and education.
Year after year, they are lauded for their effectiveness and efficiency in mobilizing tens of thousands of volunteers for community outreaches and during times of disaster response.
Headley believes Convoy of Hope seeks to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus to love and reach the lost by feeding the hungry and encouraging those in need.
Headley effectively ministers the Word of God and is used by God in areas of Missions, Leadership, Healing and Evangelism.
Headley is married to Marsha (Radke) Headley. They have two children and one granddaughter.
Before coming to Convoy of Hope, they pastored churches in Alabama, Louisiana, and Wisconsin.