Our Mission

We are a Christ-centered, after-school program that takes kids by the hand and walks with them through college, helping them have abundant life—mind, body and soul.

Board of Directors

Tom Sawyer


AT&T Attorney (Retired)

“As a follower of Christ and lover of Chicago, intervening in the lives of young Chicagoans who are in critical need of such intervention is a great way to join the Power of One movement.”

Sawyer remains active as a licensed attorney after retirement from the AT&T Law Division and Seyfarth Shaw LLP. This enables him to provide legal advice to By The Hand Club For Kids on a pro bono basis—as well as other Christian organizations, such as The Moody Church, where he serves as the vice-chairman of the Elders, a trustee, and a member of the Church’s Leadership Council. Sawyer has a JD from Indiana University School of Law and a BS from Indiana State University. He also has four daughters, two sons-in-law, and two very young grandchildren all of whom still live in Chicago. He and his wife, Jodie, homeschooled their daughters.

Carol Simpson

Vice Chairman

Attorney, Carol Simpson Law Offices

“What I appreciate most about how By The Hand encourages the Power of One in these kids is how unconditionally they love and how comprehensively they nurture.”

Passionate about serving God and love for kids, Carol Simpson relishes the opportunity to use her experience as an attorney, accountant, and business owner on behalf of By The Hand. As the principal of Carol Simpson Law Offices in Greenville, SC, she is very involved in her local community. However, she feels being involved in By The Hand has shown her that all the stuff she can do “pales in comparison to just showing up to be a part of what God is doing at By The Hand.”

Christine Parker


Attorney, Law Office of Christine A. Parker

“These students are powerful. They are breaking the cycle of poverty, broken families and hopelessness and succeeding in school—and life. Witnessing that transformation first hand has been a tremendous blessing to me.”

Passionate about providing children from disadvantaged backgrounds with hope and light, Parker applies her experience as an attorney and school director on behalf of By The Hand. She holds a JD and MBA from William & Mary School of Law and School of Business and a BS from Trinity Christian College. She currently directs a private hybrid school and is actively involved in Safe Families for Children and Compassion International, and also serves on the board of her church’s Adoption Fund and of a private Foundation. Parker loves how By The Hand not only gives kids hope for a successful and fulfilling life, but the tools to realize those hopes—and a deep and loving community. She and her husband live in Chicago and have five children—two biological and three adopted. She lives out the Power of One.

Mark Sauer


Retired/Co-Owner of Bitty & Beau’s Coffee - Waco, TX

“I believe strongly in the way that God is working through By The Hand, and it is a privilege to be able to serve.”

Mark Sauer has been a board member with By The Hand since 2006 and a passionate advocate for the ministry. He is quick to spread the word about the successes of our kids—and how they have the power to overcome Chicago’s inner-city challenges. Mark is now retired, and opening a Bitty & Beau’s Coffee shop that employs individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Waco, TX. Prior to retiring, Mark was a Regional Vice President for the Service Cloud business within Salesforce, Inc. Before that, he was a Vice President at Mattersight Corporation and a Director at Siemens Communications. He has an MBA in marketing from the Stephen Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and a BA in marketing from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Mark and his wife Amy live in Waco TX and have three grown children, all married, and 5 grandchildren (so far).

Jonathan Banks

Chief Operating Officer, Urban Outreach Foundation

“By the Hand sees true value and possibility in every child, family and community. Equipping children to maximize their potential drives every heart and program as we serve them with grace.”

Education advocate and passionate coach, Jonathan Banks is motivated to see people connect with God in a deeper way by challenging them to grow and inspiring them to rise. He currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer at Urban Outreach Foundation serving an international group of pastors and leaders. Jonathan is an ordained minister in Chicago where he lives with his wife, Jacinta, and their courageous sons.

James Fellowes

Chairman, Fellowes

“Putting the Power of One into action requires courage and persistence to bring about reconciliation, establish equality for all, and help kids lift themselves from their circumstance.”

Fellowes was about to graduate from college when Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in April, 1968. The tragic event led to a change in plans: becoming a school teacher on Chicago’s West Side which opened his eyes to the inequality of under resourced neighborhoods. There he first experienced the joy of making a difference In the life of a youngster. Throughout his career as third generation CEO and now Chairman of Fellowes Brands, his heart has remained fixed on the issue of racial equality. He has served as Church Elder numerous times and currently serves on the boards of Culver Academies, Crossway Books, and Lyric Opera. He and his wife Deby of 50+ years have both served on By The Hand Boards and love being a part of this ministry.

Jose Gomez

Agency Owner, Allstate Principle

“Growing up in a blue collar community, my parents who were educators would encourage my friends to stay in school and think about higher education. I am able to see the difference from ones that took the advice and those that did not.”

With a love for serving people, Gomez became an Allstate agent in 2006, opening his agency later that year. He and his team take pride in assisting their clients in both English and Spanish, and are active members of their communities. Having grown up with a mother passionate about kids and their education, Gomez is especially interested in causes that help children. He says that “All the other programs focus on education, and that is worthy, but no other program combines the mind, body, and soul like By The Hand.” Gomez holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and a BA from Northern Illinois University. He and his wife Maria live in Chicago, close to his daughter.

Nancy Hanson

Teacher, Naperville Community School District (Retired)

“I love working with kids and being able to work where we can talk about our faith. God transforms lives. Through education, He can change lives. Education is one of the most effective ways of breaking the cycle of poverty.”

Nancy Hanson loves serving God by caring for His children as a board member and volunteer for By The Hand. She draws from her experience as a teacher to help support By The Hand’s staff and team leaders and is proud of how By The Hand stewards the resources they are given, maximizing their use in the Power of One. She also serves on the board of trustees for North Central College and the board for the Michael Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation. She holds a BA in education from North Central College and an MA in reading education from Northern Illinois University.

Sharon Hickey-Kozek

Founder & Owner, Lincoln Park Preschool & Kindergarten

“High-quality education is crucial to their academic, social and emotional development. All children have high potential, yet not all children are given the opportunity. Regardless of their zip code, every child deserves access to high-quality education.”

A leader and expert in Early Childhood Education, Hickey-Kozek founded the nationally accredited Lincoln Park Preschool and Kindergarten in 1993 and has opened 3 locations in the city. LLP strives to nurture curiosity and inspire a love for learning while emphasizing character development and academic excellence. Sharon is committed to coming alongside organizations whose passion and vision is to lift up orphaned and vulnerable children—locally and globally. Lending time, talents and resources, Sharon and LLP are helping ignite the Power of One in our kids.

She and her husband Bill, who is the President, Truck and Parts at Navistar, live and attend Church in Chicago with their three children whom they adopted in 2017. Sharon earned her BS in Early Childhood Education from Bowling Green State University.

Roy Patterson

Community Relations Director, Moody Bible Institute

“I love children. And I am very concerned about the issues they face. When you are part of By The Hand, you are helping to fuel the Power of One by sharing biblical life skills with the children. I love the emphasis on education, salvation and creativity.”

Roy Patterson is the Community Relations Director at Moody Bible Institute (MBI). In this role, Roy is helping to strengthen relationships with churches, pastors and ministry partners, and facilitate racial reconciliation in Chicago. He was the station manager for Moody Radio Chicago for years, and continues to host three nationally syndicated programs, Celebration of Praise, Music for Sunday and Urban Praise. Roy is a preacher, praise and worship leader and vocalist—and has a passion for the body of Christ united through worship and sincere fellowship.

A graduate of Moody Bible Institute and Trinity International University, Roy has served as a youth leader, senior pastor and substance abuse counselor. He has been married to his wife, Lynette, for over 30 years and has three children.

Gilbert Russell

Director of Business Development, ASAP Pharmacy, Inc.

“The times in which we live now and the future of our existence globally demand that we make our youth a priority. This can only be achieved by instilling in each one life-sustaining disciplines, principles and truths that will equip them to make the decisions necessary to make a fuller quality of life on this planet for all.”

Gilbert Russell has a deeply personal connection to the kids at By The Hand, as he was one of them—an under-resourced kid growing up in 60’s Chicago. Just like By The Hand does now, someone came to him and offered him a way out in the form of mentorship. He credits them with “showing [him] the world” and giving him the inspiration he needed to define his future. He now strives to be a mentor and a visual model to the kids at By The Hand so they can achieve whatever they put their minds to, despite how heavily the odds appear to be stacked against them.

Keith Searles

Owner and Founder, Urban GIS

“There is no greater calling than to protect, promote and invest in our collective future and our youth. In a city where far too many have been faced with countless environmental and systemic challenges, we have an obligation and awesome opportunity to extend our collective hands to help lift them above the tides of despair.”

Keith Searles is passionate about ministry and youth mentoring, using his many skills to help organizations like By The Hand as well as kids he mentors. Professionally, he is CEO and Founder of Urban GIS, a consulting firm that provides Geographic Information Systems (GIS) services, bridging the gap between IT and public infrastructure. With 24 years of professional experience, he is also the founder of E.D.G.E. a non-profit focused on enhancing diversity, equity and inclusion within the geospatial industry.

Keith holds a BA in Civil Engineering with a minor in International Engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

Travis Smith

Resident Director of the Stadium Apartments, Olivet Nazarene University

“Something is different about By The Hand—the people, its environment. Of course, it is Jesus, the Holy Spirit in the staff and volunteers.”

Travis Smith is our first student alum to join the By The Hand board of directors. He enrolled at By The Hand – Cabrini-Green in 2002 and became our first college student in 2012. Currently, Travis is the Resident Director for Men at Olivet Nazarene University, his alma mater. Before that, he was the Branch Manager at Hertz Corporation, Department Manager at Best Buy, and Shift Leader for the Olivet Public Safety Department.

When Travis first attended By The Hand, he was active in a gang. But the genuine love he experienced kept him coming back. Now, quick to share the gospel and his testimony, Travis is a devoted father raising four children with Karissa, his wife—and a beloved member of the By The Hand family.

Our Leadership Team

Bethany Arvan

Director of College and Career Support


"I’m excited to serve with an organization that enables me to fuel the Power of One by sharing the truth of who Christ is while showing love to children and families in a tangible way."

At By The Hand, Bethany Arvan is committed to our kids’ knowing Christ personally and experiencing His transformative power in their lives. She comes to us after facilitating high school and volunteer groups at Chicago nonprofit and social service organizations on behalf of the Center for Student Missions in Chicago. Bethany has a Bachelor of Arts in urban ministry from Moody Bible Institute. While she was a student, she worked with urban junior high youth and children with HIV. She also taught English as a second language in Sarajevo, Bosnia. She attends Park Community Church in Rogers Park, where she serves in their Loop Kids ministry. Recognizing that God cares for the whole person, she is a committed nurturer of the whole child—mind, body and soul. Bethany is the Power of One in action.

Bernadette Ballenger

Site Director, By The Hand—Austin


"I want to unleash my Power of One by mentoring and helping youth make wise and healthy decisions. That’s how I want to serve my community."

Before joining By The Hand Club, Bernadette Ballenger was a teacher assistant at Daystar School. There she worked with first- and second-grade students during the day and first- through eighth-graders after school. She also worked with Sunshine Gospel Ministries in their after-school tutoring program. She is a mentor and Sunday school teacher at Ellis Avenue Church. Bernadette began at By The Hand as a volunteer, before becoming a team leader and then a site director. An excellent leader, she lives in the Austin community with her kids, where she lives out the Power of One every day.

Rebecca Bognet

Director of College and Career Readiness


“I'm honored to serve By The Hand youth and families.”

Rebecca Bognet has a passion for nurturing people’s personal, spiritual, academic and financial development—especially youth and families from under-resourced communities. She is committed to exposing them to scholarship opportunities, financial literacy and other resources to help remove major barriers to higher education. Moreover, she firmly believes that one student can help change the course of their family’s lives for generations to come no matter their career path. She has served as a youth worker, youth center director, academic program coordinator, community program consultant, middle school teacher and Sunday school teacher. Rebecca holds a Master of Education (Youth Development) from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Felicia Bullock

Senior Director of Finance


“One of my favorite verses (Act 17:26-27) talks about God choosing where we will live and when we will live... so that we will seek Him and find Him, though He is not far. It's a blessing to work where everyone believes that, even in the most challenging areas of Chicago, we can help kids find Him.”

Felicia joined By The Hand after serving as the Controller on the By The Hand account with Cedarstone for 5 years. An avid Jesus-lover, she serves in many capacities at her church home, Wellspring Alliance Church in Wheaton. Her favorite roles there are as a kid’s storyteller, scripture reader, and creator of “Wrestle”, an opportunity in the church to dialogue about social issues and reason together about how God would have us respond. Felicia is a CPA and has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Michigan State University. She began her career at Ernst & Young and has worked in accounting for the last 20 years with a variety of profit and non-profit organizations. Ever challenging herself, she is studying to obtain her MLO license to use her love of numbers to increase minority homeownership. Felicia is part of our Power of One movement.

Connie Giere

Managing Director of Fund Development


“I love seeing the kids use their Power of One as they grow into young adults who know and love the Lord and who desire to bring positive change to their communities.”

Connie Giere was a committed volunteer for 12 years before becoming the Managing Director of Operations. She is passionate about seeing our kids reach their God-given potential through the enriching programs provided at By The Hand. In her current role, Connie is leveraging her professional experience to develop and implement strategies and policies in key areas, including IT, HR, facilities and volunteers.

Before By The Hand, Connie was the Chief Health Informatics Officer at Loyola University Health System, and she continues to consult on behalf of the Epic Emeritus Consulting Organization, part of Epic Systems Corporation in Madison, WI.

As a registered nurse, Connie has an extensive critical care nursing background in the Chicago area. Connie received a Bachelor of Science degree from Trinity International University and an MBA in Health Care Management from Loyola University Chicago.

Michele Hoekstra

Director of Learning


“My desire is for all kids to learn. I love seeing them excited about something they understand, find interesting or just discovered, and the smile that spreads across their faces as a result."

Michele Hoekstra loves the natural curiosity of kids and has a heart for education—especially literacy and reading instruction. She has taught kindergarten through eighth grade for 16 years at elementary schools in the South Loop, Lawndale and Austin neighborhoods. She believes being a strong reader helps to open doors of opportunities for kids. To help ignite The Power of One, she is applying all of her experience to help ensure that all of our kids are able to read at grade level.

Michele has a Master of Education in language and literacy from National Louis University and a Bachelor of Science in elementary education with a kindergarten endorsement from Taylor University. At Calvary Memorial Church, Michele has been involved with the prayer ministry and small group ministries.

Omokhosen Imoukhuede

Director of Volunteer Development


“I love working with children and helping them recognize that they are unique gifts in the eyes of God. It’s a privilege to be providing the educational, emotional and spiritual support they need.”

Passionate about serving kids who face challenges, Omokhosen “Osen” Imoukhuede has been volunteering with kids for over 20 years. She is a member of the Citylight Church, where she also serves as the director of the Kidzcity Department and manages the programming of the children’s church. As Director of Volunteer Development, she loves connecting people, churches and organizations with volunteer opportunities within By The Hand Club For Kids. She takes a special interest in enabling volunteers to use their skills and abilities to help our students have abundant life and make a difference in their communities.

Osen has a Master’s in educational leadership from DePaul University and a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Benin, Nigeria, and is called to the Nigerian Bar. She fuels the Power of One.

Sarah James

Senior Director of Programming Operations


“I love being able to work with children in every area of their life. And I love teaching our kids who God is and how much He cares for them.”

Sarah James loves helping kids develop their God-given talents, often helping them overcome the challenges they face to engage their Power of One. Prior to her current role at By The Hand, Sarah served as the Site Director for our Cabrini-Green and Englewood clubs, our Volunteer Coordinator and a team leader.

Her previous experience includes being an elementary school teacher for Indianapolis Public Schools, the Indianapolis Youth Program Coordinator for Baxter YMCA and a Youth Program Director for the Chicago Park District. Sarah has a Master of Arts in urban ministry from Moody Graduate School and a Bachelor of Arts in elementary education from the University of Indianapolis. She attends Chicago West Bible Church, and she is the proud guardian of Keewaun and Trayvon Williams, two boys from Cabrini-Green. She is part of our Power of One movement.

Dezsiree Jones

Site Director, By The Hand—Cabrini-Green


“The kids—that’s what keeps me going. My students. They are the Power of One.”

Formerly a kindergarten teacher at Cambridge Academy, Dezsiree Jones is passionate about helping our kids realize and develop their God-given potential. As site director, she is helping to fuel the Power of One by ensuring that the kids receive the encouragement, love and support that kids from under-resourced neighborhoods need. It means a lot to her when she sees a child develop a personal relationship with Christ and succeed in school—and life—as someone who desires to help others, too.

Dezsiree holds a Bachelor of Science in child psychology and criminal justice from Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, IL. Dezsiree is actively involved at New Life Celebration Church of God in Dolton. She is the head Sunday school teacher for preschoolers as well as helping with the junior and senior high ministry. The children are her first priority. She fuels the Power of One.

Yolanda Perry

Director of Crisis and Compassion


“We empower children to be the change they want to see in their communities, living out their Power of One by following Jesus, the ultimate solution for humankind’s redemption. Transforming one kid at a time can lead to the transformation of the community where our child resides.”

At By The Hand, Yolanda works with parents who are undergoing a crisis, praying with and encouraging them while helping them develop a plan. She says, “Working for a Christian organization that exemplifies the love of Christ is a calling from God.”

Before By The Hand, Yolanda served families for 12 years. As a New Mom Home Visiting Manager, she impacted families by managing four social service staff. As a Doula for Catholic Charities, she supported at-risked teenagers by assisting them during their pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum. Yolanda holds a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management from Ashford University, Clinton, IA, and a Masters of Science in Nonprofit Management from Spertus Institute, Chicago, IL.

Yolanda is a member of the New Life Covenant Southeast and serves on the New Members and Intercessory Prayer Ministries.

Nicholas Rivera

Managing Director of Programming


“I appreciate the humility with which By The Hand nurtures kids, selflessly loving regardless of the response. And I am inspired every time a child sees their value and worth as a child of God, created with a great purpose as they ignite their Power of One.”

Chicagoan born and raised in a gang and drug-infested neighborhood, Nicholas Rivera was fortunate to have a strong family that encouraged education, sports and faith. When he was 16 years old, God opened his eyes to the spiritual depravity on his block and in school, leading Nicholas to commit his life to Jesus, saving him from prison and death.

Since then, God awakened in Nicholas a desire to walk alongside students in impoverished communities in Chicago, mentoring and supporting them in every way, pointing them to Jesus. He’s been a youth worker for 20 years and is the lead pastor of Engage Community Church in East Garfield Park.

At By The Hand, Nicholas leads the NXT design team responsible for the development of enrichment services for the older students across all of the By The Hand sites, including academic support, career development and spiritual direction. He also provides training, on-going support and resources for the NXT design team and Coaches to encourage a culture of world readiness among the older students.

Donnita Travis

Founder and Executive Director


“God is so good, and He wants us to treat all people with love and respect. I am constantly in awe of how unique and special each child is. And I have been touched by the kids and their families.”

Donnita Travis will tell you that for her, there is no greater privilege than to serve God by investing in the lives of His children—mind, body and soul. Sensing God’s call to start a holistic after-school program to help children from Chicago’s most under-resourced neighborhoods have abundant life, Donnita resigned as president of an advertising agency to launch By The Hand Club For Kids in 2001. Under her leadership, By The Hand Club has grown from 16 kids in Cabrini-Green to serve more than 1,700 kids with six sites strategically located throughout Chicago—and an annual operating budget of more than $10M. She loves seeing how patience, love, and the positive learning environment that By The Hand provides transform the lives of kids, and is inspired by the abilities of kids.

Thankful for each child God brings to By The Hand, Donnita still serves as a volunteer, driven by her concern and love for each child. She has been widely recognized for her work with the kids of By The Hand—as Chicago’s Chicagoan of the Year 2012, the 2011 recipient of Mayor Daley’s SAGE award, and Northwestern Kellogg School of Management Social Entrepreneur of the Year in 2010. She holds an MBA from Northwestern University and a BA in English and communications from Spalding University. She also attended Harvard Business School for Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management after receiving the HBS Club of Chicago’s Roman Nomitch Fellowship.

Courtney Underwood

Director of Human Resources


“God is able to do exceedingly, abundantly above all that we ask or think.” Ephesians 3:20.

Courtney has a BA in organizational communication from DePaul University with over 12 years of experience in human resources administration, benefits management, workplace culture and employee engagement. She has a passion for serving God’s people and has a heart for helping children. Courtney is a current member of the Better Life Faith Church International, where she serves on the leadership team. She loves being able to use her talents to support the staff and mission at By The Hand. She fuels the Power of One.

Lamont Washington

Site Director, By The Hand—Moving Everest


“If you change the life of a child, you will change the trajectory of his or her family. If you change the child's family, you will forever change the community.”

LaMont Washington has served as a director of youth development for over 14 years, across multiple states. His responsibilities have included overseeing the day-to-day operations of the program, program compliance, the creation of assessment and measurement tools, and creating curriculum and training resources for youth development and youth employment programs. He is a proud alumnus of the historic Wilberforce University–the first privately owned institution of higher education for African Americans (HBCU). Lamont strongly believes that the community is a great ally. He is the Power of One in action.

Rodney Williams, Sr.

Director of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, Austin Harvest


“I once read a powerful quote written by Author, C.T. Studd and it read, ‘Only what you do for Christ will last;’ I’ve made a career out of loving what Jesus loves, doing the work he’s ordained and helping to introduce families to him in one way or the other, daily. My desire is to make an everlasting impact that will ultimately reach many generations to come. It gets no better!”

Rodney is a husband of 24 years and father of five. Along with his family, Rodney has served as a youth leader in various capacities of the church over the years. He’s traveled to South Africa and South America with other missionaries to engage and serve youth on many levels. His passion for young people is fueled by the things he managed to escape in his own youth while growing up in communities like Garfield Park and Austin.

Before By The Hand, Rodney was an administrative assistant at Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago in the hematology department. Rodney is also a professional musician and ordained minister of the gospel. Together he’s used his platform and gifts to bring the arts to young people all over Chicago through his personal ministry called Cozy But Kingdom. CBK was/is a safe place used to give youth an opportunity to discover and develop their gifts and identity. It was CBK that ultimately introduced Rodney to new opportunities at BTH and he hasn’t looked back.

Eddie Wilson

Site Director, By The Hand—Englewood


“I want to work with By The Hand because of its holistic approach working with students. I want to help our kids fuel their own Power of One by creating a space that is spiritually, physically and emotionally safe.”

Eddie Wilson’s positive, enthusiastic nature has a way of inspiring our kids to accomplish more than they thought possible. Eddie comes to By The Hand Club from the Rebecca K. Crown Youth Center, where he was the center director. During his tenure, Eddie significantly increased program funding and exceeded recruitment goals. He has also served as the director of the Family Economic Education Center and the Community Business and Technology Center in St. Louis. Eddie was responsible for supervising seven programs and helped several micro-enterprises start successful businesses. Eddie has a Master of Business Administration from DeVry University Keller Graduate School of Management and a bachelor’s in English and communication from East-West University. He is a member of New Life Christian Fellowship Oak Park. Eddie is the Power of One.

Andraya Yousfi

Director of Partnerships and Development


“I am so passionate about supporting our children in living out their Power of One in their communities. I want to encourage them to become leaders as they help remedy centuries of injustice through the transformational love of Jesus.”

Andraya Yousfi works to expand the mission of By The Hand by supporting the development of new programs and building partnerships to reach more children and their families—mind, body and soul. Prior to joining By The Hand, Andraya served as chief of staff at an education policy organization, working towards educational equity throughout Chicago. She leverages over a decade of experience in policy creation, project management, community outreach, education and equity-based urban development. She began her career teaching high school special education through Teach For America and has dedicated her life to ensure that all barriers are removed so that the brilliant children of Chicago have a clear path to achieve their God-given callings. Andraya has a Bachelor of Arts from Wheaton College in psychology with a certificate in Urban Studies and her teaching certificate with a Learning Behavior Specialist endorsement from National Louis University. Recognizing that God has said His people will dwell in peaceful places, Andraya is committed to fueling the Power of One.

“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of Mine, you did for Me.’”

Matthew 25:40