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Bread of Life Ministry
SUNDAY, MARCH 07, 2010
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We distributed meat, vegetables, fruits, breads, and milks and eggs to over 250 people this week in four different services They came into the chapel for a gospel service and we preached Christ from John's gospel. People are visiting the church services with promises of more to come. It is wonderful to see Christian people catch the vision that faith produces beneficial deeds not only to the Lord's people but to a lost community.

The poor have the gospel preached to them. People over 60 years old stood in line for over 2 hours to get 50.00-80.00 worth of grocercies. The poverty and need in this neighborhood is great, and the kindness shown by the Lord's people is appreciated. One aged Asian man left the building and cried out serveral times with his finger pointing toward heaven, "shia, shia, God" (Thank you God) This food has been donated to the mission from Trader Joe's and Whole Foods. The Bowery Mission which houses Fanny Crosby's famous piano has been providing us with food as well. They have an interest in what we are doing because they have heard we are preaching Christ to those we give the food to. They have asked to meet with us and we will meet with them Lord willing next week.

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