"Cases of Urgent Need"
Consider for a moment the Apostle Paul's encouragement regarding the church in Titus 3:14. He writes...
And let our people learn to devote themselves to good works, so as to help cases of urgent need, and not be unfruitful.
Brothers and sisters, is Way of Grace an "unfruitful" church in regard to "cases of urgent need"? I hope we aren't. In fact, if your past eagerness and generosity are any indication, I believe that, and am excited to see how, God will mobilize us to be a blessing in these unprecedented times.
Here's just one of many simple ways we can "devote [ourselves] to good works":
From now until the end of the month, you can, amazingly, provide over 100 meals for a person in need in our community for just $15 (at many fast-casual restaurants today, that's what you'd pay for just one meal)!
We are pleased to partner with All Faith Community Services in Buckeye to bless so many who are struggling in light of the current crisis (and so many who were struggling before the crisis). Currently, All Faith is assisting about 2500 families each month.
Will you be 'fruitful' with us in this way and provide 100 meals today? Or maybe 200, or 300 meals? Just click here to give via PayPal or send us a Zelle transfer at email@example.com. You can also drop a check in the mail to the address at the bottom of this page (bottom of website). However you give, be sure to include the notation "100 Meals", so we know how to direct your gift.
Want to give a non-perishable food donation? Stop by our Ministry House in Sundance and leave your donation in the collection bin on the front porch (if you're an animal lover, All Faith is also in need of pet food donations). We will schedule a donation pick-up at the end of this month.
And here's one more way you can be 'fruitful': share this effort with others. Who might you share this post with? Who might you call or text or e-mail and invite to be involved?
Thank you, brother or sister, for being devoted to good works, for the name of Jesus, and God's glory!