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Soup to Cell


“To Serve and Support.”


“For I was hungry and you gave me
food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed
me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me…”      Mathew 25:35-46


What is Soup to Cell? 

Soup to cell is a Non-Profit
organization that helps prisoners in local and state confined institutions by
helping to benefit and minister to the lost and broken. We provide nutritious
meals to men and women in prison. 


Our three key principles:



Our organization
serves the prisoners of local and state prisons. In Galatians 5:13,God calls us
to use our freedom to serve others humbly with love. You, my brothers and sisters, were
called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh ; rather,
serve one another humbly in love (Galatians 5:13).  When our organization serves, we give all the glory to



2) Teach

Our organization teaches the
prisoners to love and follow God for He is the real Teacher. In 2 Timothy
3:16-17, Paul, the author of 2 Timothy, tells us that all scripture can be used
for teaching. All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching,
rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God
may be thoroughly equipped for every good work (2 Timothy 3:16-17). We give
all the glory to God for He is out Teacher. 







3) Minister

the way we minister to the prisoners at local
prisons is by having bible study groups on Saturdays and Mondays we also
provide inmates with bibles as often as possible when we can’t provide bibles we
pray for them and for their forgiveness “”But
I say to you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you,” {Matthew
5:44} we need to pray for inmates because some of them might not know God as
well as other’s.   





Needs: food donations,
ministry help, volunteers





Why Soup to Cell?

Soup to Cell fulfills a need for
prisoners to have nutritious meals when doing time in jail. We collect all of
our food from donations of the community and volunteers. When we get money
donations, we use the money to buy food. Our entire organization is volunteer
run, all our volunteers make commitments for a few months at a time. 



Who will we serve at Soup to Cell?

At Soup to Cell, we serve men and
women of all ages, nationality, faith, and background in prisons where we





Sarah Fincher- President, Financial

Sarah Fincher began working with Soup
to Cell in 2014. Soon before working with Soup to Cell, Sarah attended the
University of Auburn on a swimming scholarship and majoring in Pre-Med and
minoring in Biology. She graduated with her Bachelor’s and attended and
graduated a PA school at the University of Alabama. After graduating from PA
school, Sarah had a calling from God to go back home and work with Soup to
Cell. Sarah became the Financial Advisor of Soup to cell in the spring of 2014
while working as a PA at Northside Hospital in the Emergency Department. 6 days
a week Sarah is at Northside and 2 days a week Sarah is at Soup to Cell. 


Christopher Lewis- CEO, Volunteer

Christopher Lewis began working with Soup
to Cell in 2013. Soon before working with Soup to Cell, Christopher attended
the University of Michigan majoring in Nutrition and minoring in Social Work.
He graduated with his undergraduate degree and went on to get his Master’s at
the University of Indiana. After getting his Master’s he decided to move to
Georgia to pursue nutrition in hospital meals for patients across the
southeast. He saw a flyer for Soup to Cell on the hospital board and decided to
go check it out. He felt a calling from God to work with Soup to Cell. He works
full time at Soup to Cell 6 days a week.