My 9-year-old son Carter can't wait for One Winter Night at WBGL this Friday. Jesus cares for the poor and vulnerable. That's why we're thankful for CU at Home and want to do what we can to help fund their ministry. Every day of the year, COVID or not, they run programs like a men's and women's shelter, a drop-in center to get friends out of the cold, they put people to work, and give immediate assistance to people who are in a serious jam. If you donate, you directly make this possible.
Just yesterday while I was busy downtown doing stuff, I saw two dudes hanging out under the bridge about 1000 feet away. It was about 20 degrees outside. I was so busy between appointments I didn't even say hello. I'm thankful that CU at Home makes it their business to love and serve these guys and countless others.
I was listening to WBGL and wanted to help out CU at home. I appreciate the caller that called in to say he would double the gift if Jonathan could raise $1000.00 . Bless you all!