Couple happy for help
On June 5 my husband and I were at Fred Meyer and had a flat tire (we are in our 80s). A gentleman and (his) three sons changed the tire for us.
He refused any money and said, “I am a Christian and (I am) teaching my boys the same.”
Praise the Lord and God Bless them.
Bill and Maxine Bullington
Man donates time to those less fortunate
Lou Smith lives in Nikiski and helps people on Kenai Peninsula every day of the week. He is a lay reader, lay preacher, and Eucharist minister at the Saint Francis by the Sea Episcopal Church in Kenai.
A large share of his volunteer work is dedicated to the Kairos Prison Ministry at Wildwood and Seward. He works hard to raise funds to support the food bank at the New Conventent Methodist Church in Kenai, the Friendship Mission on the Kenai Spur Highway and The LeeShore Center. He also attends the Bible study at the North Star Methodist Church in Nikiski, where his plain spoken sharing of the scriptures is highly appreciated.
He donates firewood to the poor and elderly and helps his neighbors in countless ways without expectation of return. He is cheerful, gentle and generous.
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