Be the Difference
LENDING A HAND
We are called to do whatever we can to give dignity to the life of God within the created person. Sometimes it may be just the simple things to acknowledge that they are here and of great worth in the eyes of God, regardless of their situations and sometimes the choices that they make.
Because of the need we will be serving soup and sandwiches on Wednesday and Saturday morning...This will allow our youth to participate in this outreach. This is a nondenominational...all are welcome to show up at 11:30 on the corner of Division and Cherry in front of Dégagé ministry entrance...ALL are welcome to participate...just email me and let me know that you'll be there.
How do you know me?
“To know Jesus, first you have to find Him. In a world that places a high premium on success and money, finding Jesus amid the clutter of our society is difficult at best. Mother Theresa saw Jesus in the faces of the poor she served in the slums of Calcutta. Hardly a day goes by when I don’t pass a woman or a man on the side of the road asking for food or money. Is this an encounter with Jesus or just someone unwilling to work? I know that there are those who tell you not to give anything to these roadside beggars, but I often do. I think: ‘There but for the grace of God, go I.’ Maybe it is better to find Jesus in the homeless shelters, the nursing homes, the food pantries, in the slums of our cities and towns...
Jesus is there. Once you find Him you will know Him and He will know you.”