Thanks be to God and the Orphan Grain Train of Wisconsin, Mision Emanuel received a semi-load of over 1100 boxes of clothes, quilts, shoes, household goods and canned corn. What a blessing for the community! Thanks to all the helpers who unloaded it!
Thanks be to God and the Orphan Grain Train of Wisconsin, Mision Emanuel, the San Benito Pavilion and Fishers of Men received 42,000 lbs of potatoes on Friday September 26th. The potatoes came in giant totes that were shared among the ministries. As families picked up potatoes, they also received Christian tracts and booklets in Spanish and English. We give all glory to God who has given us this tremendous opportunity to reach out to our community with His love!
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The OGT of Wisconsin delivered 10 pallets of potatoes weighing 20,000lbs to Los Fresnos on Thursday, the 13th in the afternoon and another 10 pallets to Mercedes Friday morning. 40,000lbs total of white potatoes were bagged by over 500 thankful families! Mision Emanuel also distributed bags of rice, canned green beans, pinto beans and sweet potatoes. Though it was a wet week in the valley, God provided a dry window during the entire time we unloaded and gave out the food! Many hearts lifted prayers of thanksgiving to God!
The Treviño family was severely affected by the flash flooding in June. They lost all their belongings when two feet of water entered their home.
Thrivent Financial sponsored this action team event to help replace needed furniture, beds, appliances, and other household items. $630 was raised!
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!
The Orphan Grain Train of Wisconsin shipped a semi-trailer to Mision Emanuel full of clothes, canned goods, household items and a special house warming gift for Brenda Segovia. The Brakebush foundation graciously donated a refrigerator, washer and dryer. They're installed at the parsonage and ready for use! Thanks be to God!