New Destiny Fellowship Welcomes a Traveling Sales Crew Company

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Not many churches these days endorse companies around them. However, New Destiny Fellowship in Wilmington DE has opened its arms to a group of traveling sales crews because of their like-minded vision. The friendship that formed between the senior pastor, Thomas W. Weeks, and the Owner and Founder of Graceful Hands, Maurice McClain, shows the type of outreach that both of these organizations are dedicated to achieve.

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Not many churches these days endorse companies around them. However, New Destiny Fellowship in Wilmington DE has opened its arms to a group of traveling sales crews because of their like-minded vision. The friendship that formed between the senior pastor, Thomas W. Weeks, and the Owner and Founder of Graceful Hands, Maurice McClain, shows the type of outreach that both of these organizations are dedicated to achieve.

How Does a Traveling Sales Crew Create a New Destiny

“What makes Graceful Hands so beautiful is that it starts with the heart. Your heart tells your brain to reach your hand down and pick somebody up. To reach back, to lift them up and to carry them and do whatever you need to do. But it starts with the heart.” These words from Maurice McClain describe succinctly what makes this company such a success. Maurice has certainly had his share of misfortune. Growing up on the streets of Detroit and even losing a brother to those streets created the will inside him to pursue a better life; in essence, a new destiny. Maurice has made it his life’s vision to give others that same chance that was given him.

Graceful Hands Meets A New Destiny

On August 5th, New Destiny Fellowship Church welcomed Graceful Hands to a day of fellowship. Although the rain lasted for a short time, the two groups were able to rejoice what the Lord had done. Each group co-mingled for several hours and encouraged one another in their common vision. Both members were reminded of what can happen when people with a common goal to help those that want to work and be helped. Governor Jack Marke and Lt. Governor Matthew Denn attended the event. Building relationships with those all around the community is what helps people see and believe there is a better way.
Testimonies

  • “ I want to thank God for Brother McClain and his work that he’s doing with young people. Not only has he given them an opportunity to be successful in life with business, but also blessing them.” - Thomas W. Weeks, St. (Senior Pastor at New Destiny Fellowship)
  • “It’s difficult to put it in words because it’s all around. It’s not about just giving you a job and teaching you job skills. It’s about teaching life skills; changing your life. Expecting better. Thinking better. Wanting better. And actually being better. - Shabiny Lodimus (Training Manager)
  • “I love this program. It turned my life around in a 180 degree turn. Everything’s positive. I’ve made a lot of wrong decisions in my life. This program has helped me with good work ethic, self-reliance, I also can accomplish my goals now. I’m in the right mind-frame to accomplish my goals. - Byron Woods (Nashville, Tennessee)

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