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““Working together is akin to praying together.”
For thousands of community residents living in and around Lethbridge, Alberta this Nativity re-enactment has become a favourite annual Christmas tradition.
In tears, I asked God why He had forsaken me? Why He had forgotten me?
“It would become a social event for them where they were free to laugh, play, eat, and enjoy each other’s company.”
It all started with an invitation to be our friend that resulted in one more person seeing the light of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Those who lose themselves in service to others grow and flourish — and in effect save their lives.
“The purveyors of hate would like to place a barrier between Muslims and the Canadian community, but they have failed.”
“They came with hoes, shovels, planting equipment, energy and enthusiasm.” provides ministerial materials for members
“What my friend loved the most was seeing the power of women working together to accomplish something good for the community.”
I wasn’t missing anything at all. … I, the chosen mother to this precious spirited child, was exactly where I needed to be.
“Did we leave an everlasting impact? Probably not, but for that week we helped the people we saw. We helped the one. Whatever we did, it was worth it to me.”