By His Hands did such a wonderful time helping families in need by providing food for their thanksgiving meals! What a wonderful organization!
Posted – 12/03/13 8:56am by Cathy Suarez, updated or replied 12/03/13 8:56am
By His Hands is a ministry that genuinely seeks to serve the homeless and marginalized through the love of Jesus Christ. Founder and CEO, Steve Coker, is passionate about bringing hope to those in the shadows by meeting the practical needs of individuals which opens doors to lasting life change. I have been blessed to work with Steve and his volunteers as they provided 200 Thanksgiving food baskets to under-resourced families in the Raleigh Area. Each basket was prepared and distributed with love and was received with joy and gratitude. By His Hands is truly an organization living out the Biblical mandate to love God and love others. ----Karen Hoffman, former Church & Community Outreach Director, Raleigh Rescue Mission
Posted – 10/09/13 6:52am by Karen Hoffman, updated or replied 12/05/13 5:03pm
I am proud to say Steve and Susan Coker are two of my best friends, therefore I can sincerely say the passion they share to feed the hungry is very real. Instead of talking, they acted on the need and created "byhishands" and along with dedicated volunteers, they are feeding the hungry in this very small sector of the world. Hours, days, months of hard work have been spent for the soul purpose of reaching out to persons unable to provide a nutritious meal for themselves and loved ones. As able bodied citizens, surely WE can give a few dollars to help "byhishands" continue the dynamic work which our Father has called upon the Cokers to fulfill.
Posted – 12/05/13 4:59pm by Debbie Eason, updated or replied 12/05/13 5:06pm
By His Hands is a bright light in our community. Steve Coker understands the homeless and hunger crisis in our community and he acts with conviction. This organization has truly put a face on homelessness and poverty. Steve and Susan are lifting up our neighbors in need and walking the walk to help others. May we all take a lesson from these two remarkable people. By His Hands is changing the landscape of homelessness in Wake County. I am inspired to follow this example.
Posted – 12/09/13 9:37am by Hope Hancock
Love, listen, live and care passinonately for the Lord and his people for you will make a better and brighter world! By His Hands is impacting and touching lives in the most profound way and are in need of your support financially, volunteering and prayers. May we all become a part of making a brighter world for people in need of food, shelter or a friend! It takes one person to make a difference, so you BE THE DIFFERENCE! SO PLEASE DONATE TODAY! By His Hands and you will be touching lives one person and family at a time!
Posted – 12/14/13 8:16am by Diana Zblewski, updated or replied 12/14/13 8:20am
When Christ said "Feed My Sheep", Steven Coker took it literally! To start such a massive project took courage. The need was there. The solution of feeding so many of Raleigh's poor and hungry took determination and the coordinated efforts of many of Steven's colleagues. Hats off to all who have put themselves in service to feeding the poor and the hungry through By His Hands of North Carolina. Hats off to Susan for supporting this effort and believing in her husband. I am proud to know these loyal Tigers!
Posted – 12/27/13 3:01pm by Marianne Van Name, updated or replied 12/27/13 3:05pm
Watching the exciting miracle and blessing that Steve worked last year at Thanksgiving , truly shows how just one person can make a difference. Knowing the mission he was called to do , seeing the mission carried out meal by meal for and entire neighborhood is a holiday memory I was glad to be a part of.....
Posted – 12/05/13 3:30pm by Rhonda Strickland, updated or replied 12/27/16 12:08pm
What a blessing this ministry has been to so many in need! Steve and Susan are truly answering the call of feeding the hungry in order to share God's love with them. I can't wait to be part of this amazing outreach in the future! :)
Posted – 12/02/13 5:33pm by Jodi Hudson, updated or replied 12/27/16 12:09pm