My Neighbor is a Public Servant

My Neighbor is a Public Servant

In this country, serving your neighbor, whether they are next door or on the other side of world, means serving the state. We are a nation of neighbors. Our neighbors lead us, our neighbors protect us, our neighbors watch out for us, our neighbors provide for us when we are in need. As children of God, we live on both side of this neighborhood street. We each need and we each provide. We each want and we each give. We each are loved and we each love. 

Take and Do God’s Work

Take and Do God’s Work

There are lots of items still remaining in Rose Diestler’s home. We are inviting members to come and pick up any remaining items for FREE! During the sale, folks commented about various places where items could be donated; so many wonderful suggestions were made. Here’s your chance to be God’s hands and feet. Come pick up items to donate to other organizations, give to someone you know that is need, or put them to work doing God’s work in the world.

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