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Healing

Healing

The theme of healing kept coming up last week: healing from sickness, stress, worry, and relationship strain. Be encouraged! You are dearly loved by God. Receive his healing touch, walk in his truth, and ask for help if you need it.  We are always encouraged and honored as we pray for the shipments being sent out.  Sending the food to partner ministries such as Feed The Children is a tangible sign of God’s love.

“Do not worry about your life … Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life? … But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” Matthew 6:25, 27, 33

Blessings

Blessings

The blessings of the Lord have no limits.  Think of that, unlimited blessings in quantity and without regard to who we are – it rains on the just and the unjust alike.  We count it a blessing to be able to give semi-truck loads and sea-container loads of food to partner ministries.  We love to pray blessings on the food, on the partner ministries and even on the drivers who transport the food.  We pray the food would be a blessing to many who are food insecure and hungry.  Most of all we pray that the food would be a tool to create an opportunity for the biggest blessing of all.  The miracle of lives changed forever.  What miracle are you looking for in your journey?

God’s Economy

God’s Economy

Did you ever notice things work a little different around here?  Instead of paying for all the staff and workers – we all volunteer.  Rather than producing a product for sale – we give it all away.  Somehow God has a way of blessing each volunteer, each shipment of food, and each receiving partner ministry.  This week we have volunteers from Canada to Texas, and backpackers from Europe, Japan, and Brazil – all here helping.  We prayed for a truck going to a partner ministry – and they are going to be able to bless a number of different locations where they are connected.  God’s economy is rich and abundant.

Grateful

Grateful

“Count your many blessings, name them one by one, Count your many Blessings, see what God has done”. Remember the lyrics to the old hymn?  When is the last time you tried to actually count the Blessings the Lord has put in your life?  For me I am overwhelmed with gratitude before too much time has passed, and have to stop counting.  Here are a few candid pictures of some of the staff here at Gleanings for the Hungry last week, and a Convoy of Hope truckload being sent out in prayer.  Try counting your blessings as you enjoy these few photos.

This Day

This Day

This week has been full of beautiful snap shots of God’s love for us.  In many ways people would say this was a difficult week.  There was limited batting to make quilts, we ran out of bags for soup, and we were unable to fumigate.  The amazing thing about the culture here at Gleanings For The Hungry is that it is in these very moments when we realize the most favor from God, and feel His presence more closely.  We had beautiful sunshine followed by wonderful rain – and back to sun again!  We had wonderful times of prayer where lives were touched.  Here are some photos, we hope you enjoy them!