Stanton, CA, September 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Xclaimed Ministries provided hundreds of free meals, hundreds of toys and eight brand new bicycles to the community Saturday, September 24th. Hundreds attended Xclaimed’s last scheduled concert for the summer. The popular group Sustenance of God opened the event with their astonishing signing words to music. Audiences are always uplifted by their ability to communicate the song’s message through dramatic sign language. The Xclaimed Ministries band reached a new level of perfection at this event; it was as if they were saving the best for this event. The crowd didn’t want to sit down to rest as they were dancing, clapping and singing along with the band.
Paul Karanick, President and Evangelist of Xclaimed Ministries, gave an uplifting message of Hope through Jesus Christ. At the end of the message, over 30 people responded to accept a new life in Christ. Minutes later, Christina Karanick and Betcy Wrye drew the winner’s names for eight new bicycles. Then over one hundred children lined up to choose Two free toys. Children always have a great time at the Xclaimed Ministries’ concerts.
Over the 2011 summer concert schedule, Xclaimed Ministries has given away over 1,325 free hamburger meals; 1,400 toys; 24 bicycles and thousands of Bibles. Karanick said, “This is the last outdoor concert for the summer; however, we will be performing at Crescent Avenue Family Ministries on October 29th for their Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. We are also preparing for our winter schedule and our Christmas concert. At last year’s Christmas concert, there were so many children in attendance that we ran out of toys and had to quickly make additional trips to purchase more toys while people were waiting in line. At the end of the day, all the children received two toys! It was so exciting. This year we are preparing for an even bigger crowd due to the continuing decline of the economy. Families in the community will be looking for help with toys this Christmas season.”
Xclaimed Ministries is a non-profit organization that seeks to help with the needs within the community. Karanick says that over the past year they have assisted children with temporary housing, medical and dental services, as well as assisting families with groceries. He added that in October they will start hosting a monthly free medical clinic at their location in Stanton. For more information about this Stanton-based community outreach, log onto www.xclaimed.org or call (714)803-9692.