Joyce Poland, a Sunday school teacher of Blythe (Ind.) Chapel United Methodist Church, told Together she was surprised to see the story about CJ's Bus (Nov.-Dec issue), a portable childcare facility used in communities hit by disaster.
She said the Saturday before she read the story, her Sunday school class of girls ages 3 to 9 years made fleece blankets as a Christmas project for the children who would use CJ's Bus. Elderly residents of a local nursing home also helped the girls make the blankets. They made 13 blankets in a couple of hours.
Kathryn Martin, mother of CJ who was killed in the Evansville tornado two years ago, was pleased with the blankets and said that her son CJ had a blanket like the ones Poland's class made.
"God works in wonderful ways to lead us to do good," said Poland.