HELPING A BROTHER IN A TIME OF NEED

HELPING A BROTHER IN A TIME OF NEED

From Sister Monica Carrasquillo

Our dear Brother, Martin Gilmer's work van was broken into at a local Home Depot and many expensive work tools were stolen. Any donation will be forwarded to him as a surprise to help him replace what was taken.

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On April 20, 2020, At Home Depot- Our Dear Brother Martin Gilmer's work van was broken into. The thieves got away with not only expensive tools but essential tools that were used on a regular basis on work sites. He clearly works very hard to care for the needs of his entire family. 

It saddens me to know that during such a critical time that we are all living in - this brothers possessions were taken. Although a police report was filed, it is uncertain that the $2,500+ worth of equipment will be recovered.

If you are able to give from the kindness of your heart - no matter how big or small it may seem - please do so- every dollar will help our loving brother to replace what was taken. Thank you for your agape love & support!

Monica 

Galatians 6:9;10 - “So let us not give up in doing what is fine, for in due time we will reap if we do not tire out.  So, then, as long as we have the opportunity, let us work what is good toward all, but especially toward those related to us in the faith.”

1 Peter 3:8 - “All of you have unity of mind, fellow feeling, brotherly affection, tender compassion and humility. “

**PLEASE DO NOT FORWARD THIS MESSAGE TO OTHERS IN THE NE CONGREGATION. THIS MESSAGE WILL BE FORWARDED INDIVIDUALLY TO OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS- FOR THIS IS A PRIVATE MATTER AND A KIND DEED THAT WE ARE DOING DISCREETLY. PLEASE LEAVE KIND AND ENCOURAGING WORDS AND COMMENTS SHOULD YOU DESIRE OR YOU CAN REMAIN ANONYMOUS. ALL OF THE LOVING WORDS AND DONATIONS WILL BE FORWARDED DIRECTLY TO THE GILMERS WHO WILL BE SURPRISED AT THAT TIME - THANK YOU SO MUCH!**

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