Kathy Turburville arrives at the River Walk at Mitch McConnell Park on Saturday, March 30, 2019, at noon like she has almost every Saturday for the past six years. Turburville welcomes anyone who’s hungry to join her and her husband while they eat food they prepare every other week, and share with the transient community of homeless in Bowling Green. “I take the attitude that if Jesus Christ was in that bunch I wouldn’t be ashamed of what I feed them,” Turburville said. She spent hours cooking four trays of fried rice, two trays of brownies and stir fry, to share with the crowd.
Ricky Turburville bows his head to pray with people gathered at the River Walk before sharing a weekly meal together on Saturday. Kathy credits Ricky to starting their “food ministry” when he noticed his co-worker didn’t have any lunch and later they came to know that he was living under the bridge at the River Walk.
Josh Mickelonis, Danielle and Phillip Scarlett help themselves to seconds at the River Walk on Saturday. “God bless you guys for doing this,” Mickelonis told Kathy before she left the River Walk.
Danny helps Ricky Turburville to his car at the River Walk. Danny was once homeless, but Kathy and Ricky took him in and now he has a job and a room in their home. It's not the first time that the couple has opened their doors to someone who needed a place to call home.
Kathy and Ricky Turburville prepare a meal together Friday night for Saturday's gathering at the River Walk.
Kathy Turburville finishes cooking early Saturday morning to bring her contribution to the Saturday meal at the River Walk. She wakes up around 6 a.m. to get ready for the day.
Ricky and Kathy Turburville met at church in Alabama. They dedicated their marriage to service.
Kathy Turburville participates in a worship service at Unleash Church in Bowling Green, Ky. on Sunday,
Ricky and Kathy Turburville kiss each other goodnight before going to sleep.

Kathy Turburville arrives at the River Walk at Mitch McConnell Park on Saturday, March 30, 2019, at noon like she has almost every Saturday for the past six years. Turburville welcomes anyone who’s hungry to join her and her husband while they eat food they prepare every other week, and share with the transient community of homeless in Bowling Green. “I take the attitude that if Jesus Christ was in that bunch I wouldn’t be ashamed of what I feed them,” Turburville said. She spent hours cooking four trays of fried rice, two trays of brownies and stir fry, to share with the crowd. Ricky Turburville bows his head to pray with people gathered at the River Walk before sharing a weekly meal together on Saturday. Kathy credits Ricky to starting their “food ministry” when he noticed his co-worker didn’t have any lunch and later they came to know that he was living under the bridge at the River Walk. Josh Mickelonis, Danielle and Phillip Scarlett help themselves to seconds at the River Walk on Saturday. “God bless you guys for doing this,” Mickelonis told Kathy before she left the River Walk.  Danny helps Ricky Turburville to his car at the River Walk. Danny was once homeless, but Kathy and Ricky took him in and now he has a job and a room in their home. It's not the first time that the couple has opened their doors to someone who needed a place to call home.  Kathy and Ricky Turburville prepare a meal together Friday night for Saturday's gathering at the River Walk. Kathy Turburville finishes cooking early Saturday morning to bring her contribution to the Saturday meal at the River Walk. She wakes up around 6 a.m. to get ready for the day. Ricky and Kathy Turburville met at church in Alabama. They dedicated their marriage to service. Kathy Turburville participates in a worship service at Unleash Church in Bowling Green, Ky. on Sunday,  Ricky and Kathy Turburville kiss each other goodnight before going to sleep.
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