Mr. Inasmuch Transforms His Community

How much can one person do to impact his community?  Ask Joel Singletary of Sumter, South Carolina.  In April he and his wife, Libby, were honored by Sumter’s Mayor Joe McElveen for their volunteer work in Sumter—Libby for her countless hours spent at United Ministries serving wherever she can be helpful and Joel for his […]

A Tale of Two Women and Inasmuch

The first woman is Nell (not her real name) – a middle aged, homeless woman who lives in Sumter, South Carolina. Nell suffered from domestic abuse for years until she finally moved out of her home and in with a friend. Her job at a nearby Salvation Army helped her to survive on her own […]

Inasmuch United Sumter, SC!

The Item, Sumter, SC’s local paper, published a SECOND nice article on May 1, 2012 about Inasmuch United Sumter which was conducted on April 28. It’s filled with great pictures from that event, like the one below. Read the article here (and see six more great pix!): Inasmuch United Sumter – Helping those who need it most.

Another Church Joins the Compassion Revolution

The Baptist Church of Beaufort, SC, conducted its first Inasmuch Day on conducted on May 5, 2012.  The Beaufort Tribune published the following article about the event on April 30, 2012: Operation Inasmuch arrives in Beaufort! Janet Carr Hull Over one hundred community volunteers from the Baptist Church of Beaufort will roll up their sleeves and descend […]

Churches Unite to Serve Spartanburg, SC

Two churches from Spartanburg, SC, uniquely combined a Car Care Clinic with a blood drive on their first ever Inasmuch event conducted April 28, 2012 The following article was published on April 27, 2012 in as part of an events about town article: The Stroller: ‘You can bet’ By Lou Parris ODDS AND ENDS: Swing by St. […]

Inasmuch to Unite Sumter, SC

The Item, Sumter, SC’s local paper, published a nice article on April 2, 2012 about the upcoming Inasmuch United Sumter. Read the article here: Churches will help Sumter on service day