Boy Bakes Cookies For City Union Mission in Kansas City, MO

Something as small as baking cookies can have a huge impact on someone else’s life. That’s the subject of a story in Focus on the Family’s Clubhouse Magazine. It tells the story of a boy in Kansas City named Brent. After seeing a homeless man with a cardboard sign that said please help, Brent asked himself “what can I do?” He eventually decided to start baking cookies and then delivering them to the City Union Mission in Kansas City, Missouri. Soon others from Brent’s middle school chipped in to help, baking 500 cookies for the rescue mission. In fact rescue mission officials say the boys became the unofficial baking crew for the organization. Brent said we weren’t trying to be recognized. We just saw a need and did something about it.

Read the article here.