I can’t say enough about our volunteers and their continued dedication through the years, showing support and love, and offering prayer. Through prayer, we’ve seen many confess Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior. A client who came to our Food Pantry was suffering from a rotary cup injury for the past twenty years. She was offered prayer, but declined, saying God would not take the pain away. When the volunteer asked her if she had any unforgiveness toward someone from her past, she answered yes. The volunteer said that she needed to forgive that person, and she agreed to. She allowed the volunteer to pray for her, then commented that she no longer felt pain.
At this time, we are asking for prayer ministers to volunteer some time to help us with prayer. We are finding it difficult to pray for everyone who wants prayer, due to the increased numbers of people coming to our Food Pantry. If you want to play a part in changing lives, please consider joining our team. Contact the church office at (732) 349-1550.
-Phil Pintozzi, Food Pantry Ministry Leader
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