Recently Read: Guntersville Woman Helps the Homeless

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Shirley Chupp is a very special woman who reaches out to the community with open arms ready to love and help the needy. She is a counselor with Guntersville First United Methodist Church, but she also is the driving force behind a program for the homeless that offers a safe sheltered night’s sleep, meals, counseling, and fellowship with the local churches in Marshall County.

via A Light In The Darkness: Guntersville Woman Helps the Homeless | WHNT.com.

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Cindy Sutton
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Shirley,

What a wonderful thing you are doing. We have not been successful getting our local church behind a program to help the homeless. Perhaps there is a reason. A few of us continue what we can do. Keep us in your prayers.

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