Tornado victim feeds metro homeless, friends Pay It 4Ward

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MOORE, Okla. -- This is an assembly line of kindness and compassion. Michelle Evans, her family, and a team of volunteers are busy preparing meals for dozens of complete strangers.

They shower Oklahoma City's homeless with food, water, and unconditional love.

Her children even write encouraging notes and scripture on the food containers.

It all began when Michelle couldn't get her own family to eat her homemade meals. She plated them up, took them downtown and the "Left Over Love" ministry was born.

"We actually got one of them a Bible, Chris. He's young and he works and sleeps at Taco Bell. We've got a couple little buddies down there," Evans said.

Michelle knows something about homelessness. She lost her home in the May 20, 2013 tornado.

Strangers came to her rescue and now she's paying it forward. That's why her friend, Daphne Mosley, nominated her for First Fidelity Bank's Pay It 4Ward.

We recently surprised Michelle with $400 cash. She plans to invest the money back into her "Leftover Love" ministry.

"I plan to keep on paying it forward," she said.

 

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