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Cherokee County Banquet

By September 22, 2014 August 1st, 2019 2 Comments

Homelessness is a term that difficult to understand. We often think that homelessness comes about by some type of disastrous event, and we are quick to help provide food, clothing, and finances to help those individuals get back on their feet. But how do we help an individual who is homeless because of disastrous choices such as drugs, alcohol, or criminal activity?
If you would like to know how to better help the homeless, why not consider coming to our Annual Fundraising and Awareness Banquet on Thursday, November 13th at the Broad River Electric Auditorium here in Gaffney? The banquet begins at 6:30 p.m. with a delicious meal followed by reports and testimonies of what the Lord is doing at the Mission.
In addition, our guest speaker will be sharing with us his own reluctance to reach out to the homeless until his wife’s love for the Lord compelled him to become involved. Your heart will be touched as Ron Hall shares how the redeeming love of God reached out to Denver Moore, an uneducated, homeless man with a criminal background, who became a beloved brother in Christ as a result of the transforming grace of God.
If you wish to know more, please go to https://miraclehill.org/whats-going-on/cherokeecounty-banquet/ and follow the directions concerning the Cherokee County Banquet, or feel free to contact me here at the Mission at 864-488-0376.

2 Comments

  • John Macon says:

    I was great to hear about Murl Lehman and the work in Gaffney, SC. The entire Lehman family have been a blessing to me since the mid-fifties. Gerald’s chapel talks were fantastic. He was a man’s man in every respect. I will always cherish the memories of his family and the talks he shared about his father and extended family. May God bless them now and for eternity.

    • Murl says:

      Thank you for your kind remarks. As Gerald Lehman’s youngest brother, I never thought I would ever be part of Miracle Hill, but his early home-going brought be to SC to work along Reid. It has been a blessing working here in the ministry of Miracle Hill for the past 28 years and 9 of those being here in Gaffney. God bless you.