Our Daily Bread Ministries had a feast of Love on Wednesday night, 11/24/10, to meet the needs of the community.  We decided to have our feast of Love on Wednesday in support of the Community Dinner held Thursday at the fairgrounds.

Attendance proved there was a definite need for two nights of feasting.  We fed over 200 people and delived 19 meals and prayer to those who were unable to leave their homes.  The night was truly a one of celebration and thanksgiving!  The “Little Brothers” band rocked the house with contemporary and spontaneous worship. Our Director, Mike Justice, was surprised as volunteers brought him in a birthday cake.

The atmosphere was one of family where the love of Jesus Christ brought together people from all walks of life with unconditional love.  Social barriers were stripped away and everyone enjoyed themselves.  It was  a sight to behold.   During the day, the ministry was abuzz with excitement as volunteers pulled together, using their various gifts and talents, to show their concern for this community.

Love and joy filled the air!We want to give our heartfelt thanks to the community for all of their support.  The donations of turkeys, pies, cookies, stuffing, potatoes, hams, desserts and precious time was essential in making this event a success.  Our Daily Bread Ministries is made up of much more than the staff; it is the community pulling together that really makes the difference!  We feel tremendously blessed to be a part of such a giving and caring community.

If giving back to the community sounds like something you would like to be a part of, there is still opportunities.  We are looking forward to hosting our annual Christmas celebration on Christmas Eve, and will need the help of the community to make this event even more blessed than last year.  We have some exciting ideas we are working on,

and volunteers will be essential to the success.  Donations will also be greatly needed and appreciated.  We know that not everyone can help out physically in this much needed work, but we do believe in the charity within the hearts of those in the community.  Everyone can

make a difference if we pull together.  Thank you!

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