A few months ago a homeless family — mother, six children and one on the way — entered Harbor House (Salvation Army’s local homeless shelter) because they had no place to go. We shared with them what we had: our shelter where they found a roof over their head, warm beds, clothes to wear and food to eat. The mother looked at me and said, “I am so grateful to God and The Salvation Army for caring for me and my kids and for sharing hope and your resources during this stressful time.”
K. KENDALL MATHEWS: God calls us to share with others
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