It began with a provocation given by Pastor Auldwin Humphrey, M.Div. The first Chairman of the National Association for the Prevention of Starvation (NAPS). In Pastor Humphreys’ commission, he stated that the work for freed slaves was unfinished and that NAPS should endeavor to serve the forgotten in the Black Belt. In response to his charge and God’s leading, NAPS ventured to work in faith and was blessed to establish two clinics, and complete the construction of the Abundant Life Wellness Institute. NAPS students and the community worked diligently to construct the center. Now complete, the Institute will not only serve to improve rural healthcare and education but will also serve as a training center for future youth missionaries. Click the link below to find out more.