Charles E. Shea (Texas)
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I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in. - Matthew 25:35 (NIV)
During WWII many people in the U.S. lacked the basics of life — food and shelter — just as many do today. On this particular rainy winter day in South Louisiana in 1944, I spotted a man crossing our neighbor’s backyard. He was disheveled, and he approached our backdoor holding...
The next time I see someone in need, I will serve Christ by offering help.
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While several strategies for reopening the world are being discussed, I encourage you—the people of God everywhere—to allow this season to be a formative one during which you can make new discoveries about God and increase your faith. Use this time to embark on a life of prayer, a life of study, and a life of action—involvement in the community.”