“You know, I believe we all need to have a Christ-like attitude, Jesus gives us some facets we can use, hands to reach out, that we can make a difference,” Kimery said.
“This means everything to me,” Simmons said. “It helps me have a better Christian life and helps me not lose my temper like I used to. He’s just been a blessing all around to us.”
Kimery also made a prayer stop at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital after leaving Marked Tree to pray with a girl battling brain cancer.
“I just want to show compassion for other people,” he said. “That leads me to the drug rehabs to the nursing homes into the hospitals at all hours of the day to try to have a Christ-like attitude to change Region 8 to change Arkansas to maybe change the world with one smile at a time.”
“He’s changing lives, he did mine,” Simmons said. “And I know he’s touched the hearts of so many other people.”
Kimery said it’s all about building each other up.
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