“John Gasangwa survived the horrors of starvation and war in part because he made a promise: If he finished his education, he’d serve his people,” says Lifetree Café representative Craig Cable. “That promise gave John purpose. A reason to live. We’ll hear his story and then see what we can learn about hope and purpose.”
WALK TO BETHLEHEM: Walk to Bethlehem update – After stopping in the Azores for lunch, we have arrived in Lisbon, Portugal. We will be crossing Spain to Barcelona. Our next lunch stop will be on August 31 so stop in for some foods from the region of the world we are in. — Cheryl & Jim Heinold
HELPING HANDS FOOD DRIVE – WE ARE COLLECTING NON-PERISHABLE FOOD items for Helping Hands. When we helped last month we noticed that the shelves were pretty bare. I have placed a box under the coatrack in the hall to put canned goods or boxed items in. I will take these items to Helping Hands in September for distribution.
ATTENDANCE for Sunday, August16th was 105 and total offering was $3,661.00.