At Hope, we will collect our One Great Hour of Sharing offering this Sunday, March 30. The words to a song written for that collection day says it all:

“When the wind and the rain of the hurricane left me homeless on the street, did you give me clothes and shelter? Did you bring me food to eat?   When the Warlords came and I fled the flames, when they made me a refugee, did you feel my racing heart beat? Hear my cried of agony?   When the heat and sand of this barren land left me struggling to survive, did you help me find clean water so my family could thrive?  When I was lost and lonely and wandering in despair, my greatest time of need was your one great hour to share.” (Used by permission-Leslie Lee & Steve Gretz)

Learn more about One Great Hour of Sharing here.