Justine Morrall – Faithfully Serving the Community

Category: Integrity Contests, Integrity Culture, Integrity Serves

Date: May 20, 2020

Integrity Idol semi-finalist Justine Morrall of NASB, also known as “Dr. J,” is has chosen The Life Church SC as her charity of choice. Justine is the Co-Pastor at The Life Church, along with her husband David. As an Integrity Idol semi-finalist, Integrity will donate $500 to The Life Church SC in her name.

Located in the heart of North Charleston, South Carolina, The Life Church is an international, non-denominational interracial ministry. The church has partnered with the local homeless shelter and food bank to provide food and shelter for the homeless and elderly. It also offers free car washes and free meals for their community, and supports missions in Africa on a monthly basis.

Below are is a photo of volunteers serving the homeless and benefiting the lives of South Carolinian’s:

The Life Church SC

We’re so grateful to Dr. J for her strong desire to help others through her faith — and we’re very proud to donate to  The Life Church SC in her name.

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