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We’ve met some remarkable people during the month of October. Little Flower helped them with their utility bills or rent through the Outreach Program; they inspired us with their initiative and resilience, and their faith.

One woman’s gas had been shut off for three weeks, fortunately while the weather was warm. Her water also had just been shut off. Not easy when you have two teenage children at home. She has a part-time job, is a student at Ivy Tech seeking a degree in special needs education. She’s applying for      a full-time job. Her situation is challenging, but her faith and trust in God is greater.

A family came to us, husband, wife, and two school-aged students. The husband and father had worked all his life, but was seriously injured and lost the use of his arms to do any physical work. The wife and mother had recently lost her mother to cancer after providing care for her for some time. She is grieving. She is homeschooling her children because of bullying her daughter had experienced. But there is no “woe is me” attitude; they know God is present to them, and they were filled with gratitude for our assistance.

Thank you, again, for making it possible to help these very worthy families through your use of the green envelopes.