Cindy and I have just stepped out of the theater where we watched a showing of the new movie Shazam. It’s the story of a foster kid who gets super powers and activates them by saying the title of the movie. Which, incidentally, was what Jim Neighbors would say when his character on The Andy Griffith Show fifty years ago, Gomer Pyle, was confused. Let me tell you, a lot has changed.
And I wish I could say that I’m writing this with a super-power aura over me, but, well, a lot haschanged. I’m old, and my body responds to stress and effort with fatigue. And so does my mind. And there’s been an extra bit of both this week in the Storehouse.
Way back in December, I asked our staff if we could prepare for the Storehouse to include an evening serve. We decided to wait until after Feed the Need to see what our food resources would look like. Have I mentioned that we received 5,000 more pounds this year than last? And have I said thank you?
And last night it happened.
I am the Storehouse Director and get the privilege of writing about the people that Jesus loves.
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