The Joy Class teachers enjoyed Teachers Appreciation Day. It was a Joy that you remembered us in such a joyous way.
Thank you and all those involved for making the breakfast an enjoyable occasion.
Evelyn Crooke and
(Joy Sunday School Class teachers)
Dear Lexington Avenue Baptist Church:
Thank you so much for your generous gift of $500.00. All of us at Boyle County Habitat for Humanity want your congregation to know how very much we appreciate your support.
You join us in extending a “hand up,” not a “hand out,” as we strive to provide decent housing for many of God’s children.
Again, thank you. We are truly grateful.
Dear Lexington Avenue Baptist Friends,
Thank you for the concern you have shown Linda and me during the last two and one half months. Your prayers, phone calls, food, visits and cards were appreciated and needed.
The wound is healing nicely, but I am continuing to take oral antibiotics and hopefully that will be finished soon.
May God continue to bless you in all things you do.
Thank you for the food that you recently purchased for our food pantry. Combating hunger is an ongoing battle. With the downtown in the economy, we are seeing this need more frequently than ever before.
There is the saying, "God will provide." This instance certainly proved that. New challenges are springing up every day as we work to meet the tremendous needs of our community's poor. And our ability to respond depends completely on the generosity of friends like you. We realize there are many good causes you could support, and we thank you for choosing The Salvation Army to bring help, hope and healing to neighbors in need.
May God bless and keep you.
Lt. Daniel A Nelson
The Salvation Army
Thank you to everyone involved in the Sunday School Appreciation Breakfast. It meant so much and was inspiring.
I have deeply appreciated the prayers and thoughtfulness of your church family. Thank you to everyone who has followed us on this journey. Your kindness was appreciated.
Sandy & Mitch Ragle