Houston just went through what some will say wasn’t a big deal. Well it may not have been a big deal to those that are use tok snow, ice and single digits temps but it was to Houstonians. Friday we were warned to get ready for a freeze. But our houses truly wasn’t ready. So now we have busted pipes.
This is not the worst. Some had to evacuate thier homes and move in with relatives. Some Houstonians had to be sheltered by organizations or other helps programs. It’s truly a time for people to pull together again and help ine another and if not anything else pray.
In this Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017, photo, dozens of homeless people live beneath an overpass for Interstate 59 in Houston. Many of the inhabitants of the tent camp braved Hurricane Harvey there and shrug off the severity of the storm, even as advocates for the homeless fear the aftermath could hit them hardest. (AP Photo/Matt Sedensky)
Honestly this is the first time I have heard of National Homeless Day! I am tripping out because people are without shelter everyday. I am excited about what the Star of Hope is Doing and has done for the Houston area. They are doing this everyday! Families, men and women lives are being changed every hour on the hour at this Wonderful place. New Beginnings. Second Chances. I am so excited about this Community. Star of Hope You are exactly what they say a Cornerstone! Please keep Rebuilding Lives!
I want to talk about a couple of Organizations that I use to work with. We use to feed the homeless together. We use to give clothing to those that wanted or need them as well as toiletries for families! I don’t know of these orgs. are still out there but here is a shout Out!
Toiletries for Families, Team Salvation, and Trinity East United Methodist Church Food Pantry! God Bless You.
We Now serve as a Hub of Trinity East United Methodist Church. We serve the Community every Second Saturday @ 10am.
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