Sunday, September 12, 2010

You are Never too old....

to help others.  Lorene Conn made 200 sandwiches each week for the homeless.

I am continuing my beloved homeless memories about Lorene Conn.
 
She would bring them to our church weekly.   We would pass them out to the homeless when we went to Atlanta.

She made her last sandwiches, laid down to rest.  God decided her work was done. She passed away, all who knew her grieved.

The fruits of her labor were still eaten.    She is one of those, who will be remembered.  She had a long full life.

I do want these fond memories written down, before we forget them.

Make your life a blessing to others.

10 comments:

Jane said...
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Jane said...

What a wonderful person. I'm sure that you miss her!

Jane

God Whispers said...

Beautiful story Kim and a peaceful way to go and meet our Maker. Blessings.

Karen said...

I remember teaching the SS nursery class with Sister Conn...she had the sweetest spirit...and she LOVED those kids...

Amy Sullivan said...

Your sister sounds so giving...I'm glad you are taking the time to tell the world about her.

I love stories of those who go above the norm to serve, true inspirations to all of us!

MTJ said...

Hi Kim,

Thanks for sharing the life of one who's heart was in feeding the hungry. She is an example for all believers.

Blessings and peace.

MTJ

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Shen said...

It sounds as if you were blessed to know her

Deborah Ann said...

Wow, 200 sandwiches? I don't think we even have any homeless folks around here, but what an awesome ministry - to feed the hungry. Just what Jesus told us to do!

Faith Imagined said...

What a beautiful tribute to Sister Conn. She sounds like one special lady!!!

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