With a gigantic computer screen wallpaper of the the late Rev. Wendell Wilson to inspire them, Loving Hands Ministries’ new executive director Joseph Hamblin, left and Kimberly Wilson-Dodson, Wendell Wilson’s daughter and the president of Loving Hands Ministries, work in his old office last week. Hamblen and Wilson-Dodson are continuing the work that Wendell Wilson did for decades in Manatee County.
With a gigantic computer screen wallpaper of the the late Rev. Wendell Wilson to inspire them, Loving Hands Ministries’ new executive director Joseph Hamblin, left and Kimberly Wilson-Dodson, Wendell Wilson’s daughter and the president of Loving Hands Ministries, work in his old office last week. Hamblen and Wilson-Dodson are continuing the work that Wendell Wilson did for decades in Manatee County. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com
With a gigantic computer screen wallpaper of the the late Rev. Wendell Wilson to inspire them, Loving Hands Ministries’ new executive director Joseph Hamblin, left and Kimberly Wilson-Dodson, Wendell Wilson’s daughter and the president of Loving Hands Ministries, work in his old office last week. Hamblen and Wilson-Dodson are continuing the work that Wendell Wilson did for decades in Manatee County. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com

Pastor Wendell Wilson’s legacy lives on

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