• Rev. Scott Carnes

The Cupboard and the Closet

My heart is full. No, it is overflowing. The cupboard and the closet restarted a few weeks ago and we knew that we needed to expand the food ministry but weren't sure exactly how we could get all the food that we feared we would need over the next months. We've expanded with freezers, can goods, and so much more, and it was only possible through the extraordinary outpouring of support from the community these past few weeks with banks, other companies and individuals pitching in almost $9000, two new freezers, countless volunteer hours as we expand to 3 days a week, with food drives, and a new partnership with Midwest Food Bank. We are blessed and we are excited about sharing our blessings day-after-day with a world struggling with the economic fall-out from COVID-19.



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