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2022 - FIRST & SECOND quarter update







On Feb 19, 2022, The Strategic Planning Committee was formed. This committee will submit their suggestion for the direction of Bountiful Blessings over the next 5 years. The committee has representatives from the distribution sites, those who support the charity, heavenly hauler’s ministry, financials, and marketing.

On March 4, 2022, Vista Autism Services began bringing autistic students and adults to help at Bountiful Blessings. They volunteer in the Heavenly Hauler’s Ministry program. The goal is job simulation and ultimately, placing these young people in the workforce.

On March 16, 2022, Bountiful Blessings opened our newest distribution site. Welcome to Zion United Methodist Church in York PA. We are excited to add another location in York County to care for those in need. Alice and her team are a group of warm-hearted, giving Christ followers who will clearly make a difference for those who attend. Their sessions are on the 1st and 3 rd Wednesday of each month from 5-7 pm.

In March of 2022, Terry and Mike had the pleasure of meeting with Pastor Stephen Brown of  Grace City Church of Frankford in Philadelphia PA. They are remodeling a house into a church. Upon completion of the first floor, Bountiful Blessings will join them to serve their community through the church. The goal is service and church growth.

On April 9, 2022, Terry had the pleasure of being invited to a recognition brunch for the leadership of Bountiful Blessings at our Homewood site. Beverly Burton, site coordinator, and LaVonne were recognized for their volunteer work with Bountiful Blessings at a luncheon at the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel. The event was hosted by Pastor Dorothy Stubbs of New Evangelistic Ministries.

Murray & Associates Architects have done a sensational job of designing a future warehouse for Bountiful Blessings in April of 2022. It is not clear the timeline for this event to unfold, but we will continue to wait on God for his direction. If anyone is looking for an outstanding architect group, Benedict Dubbs and his wife, Donna Dubbs were wonderful, as they patiently worked with our team.

In May 2022, Bountiful Blessings replaced its box truck with a 2016 Ford F350 16’ box truck. It was only possible because our supporters came through for us. After our 25-year-old truck died, we were stuck with no vehicle pick up from our suppliers. We reached out in desperate need, and you all came through for us. May God Bless each of those individuals, businesses, and churches.

On May 26, 2022, Terry had the pleasure of speaking to Church Women United hosted at Camp Hill Presbyterian Church. What a wonderful group of like-minded women from various denominations working together for Christ. It was my joy to tell them about Bountiful Blessings and share some of our wonderful stories.

On June 6, 2022, Gino and Terry picked up a donated forklift. A huge “Thank You” to Bread of Life in Newport PA. They donated an electric forklift to Bountiful Blessings. We have been truly blessed. Smiles were all over the warehouse when it arrived. May God provide an extra dose of blessings to this organization.

On June 15, 2022, our Summer Teen Day officially began this year. We have 6 teens returning from last year and we added 3 new ones to the group. They are a great group of young people. They spend their 5 hours with us each week, learning what is inside the broken electronics that are donated to Bountiful Blessings. They are excited to find out what their devices are made of, how much money they can get for them, and more. We rotate lunches between cookouts, pizza,
and chicken.


On June 14, 2022, the Greater Harrisburg Area Foundation (GHAR) presented Bountiful Blessings with a $500.00 grant. The grant has been used to outfit the new truck with safety equipment, an appliance dolly, a first aid kit, and emergency items. A huge shout-out to GHAR! 


Looking forward to the third quarter and beyond:

Upcoming Events – Mark your calendars 

September 17th from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM SCRAP METAL DAY FUNDRAISER
Tickets: $35.00 each – they will be going on sale soon

2021 - FOuRTH quarter update




Let’s reflect on the blessings the Lord provided to Bountiful Blessings this year!


In January, Heavenly Hauler’s Ministry was born as a scrap metal ministry under Bountiful Blessings. Throughout 2021, we recycled over 150,000 pounds of scrap. The elves in this venture are National Honor Society students, Community Service (ARD) volunteers, Lower Dauphin High School students who have autism, kids from our Summer Teen Program, plus our core crew (Rich, Thomas & Gino). We have placed Bibles in over 60 individuals' hands. A few of whom had never seen a Bible before working within our program! This has allowed us to share the gospel and show them God’s love. Many folks continue to volunteer stating they “love the environment.”


Bountiful Blessings added 4 sites in Pennsylvania in 2021! Please welcome our newest distribution locations: Harrisburg, Duncannon, York Haven and Irwin. Our York Haven site had their first BB recipient family baptized. Each of these new sites are making inroads into their communities. We are very excited for them!


Terry visited some of the sites to check in and see how they are holding up since the pandemic. We are proud to say Bountiful Blessings never closed during the pandemic, as the recipient families’ needs did not go away. If anything, they needed us more than ever. This was evident by the stories shared by the families at the visits. We were told repeatedly how appreciative they were that they could count on us. One lady at our Mount Union Site shared, “We don’t know what we would have done, if you had closed”. We plan to visit the remaining sites in 2022.


Bountiful Blessings doubled its warehouse space on August 1st . This will allow us to continue to grow and serve more families. We have one new site set to begin in February 2022 in York, PA. We have been approached by churches north of us, as well, and we are hoping to begin heading further east in Pennsylvania.


We formed a Strategic Planning Committee. The committee met with the Board of Directors in November. This committee will set the direction of the charity over the next 2-20 years. The committee has 2 representatives for the sites, a strategic planner, a financial representative, a pastor, a logistics representative, donor representatives, and more. These are exciting times!


We would like to thank our supporters who have been holding us up in prayers and providing financial support. We could not do what we do without you. The charity continues to operate on a 100% volunteer staff, but we continue to need your support. The need is great as more families come to us for help! Bountiful Blessings is connecting individuals with the church while meeting their needs. This is why we pray that you see the value in what we do and believe BB is a charity worthy of your support. We need your prayers and financial contributions to continue to serve the community. No amount is too small. It all belongs to God. Checks can be sent to: PO Box 299, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055. Or, you can donate on our website at: Click on the Donate Now button and scroll down to make your tax-deductible contribution.

May God Bless you and your family in 2022 and beyond!

2021 - THIRD quarter update




During the month of July, Bountiful Blessings hosted a Business Networking Mixer at the warehouse.  It was a wonderful opportunity to meet some of the small businesses in the area and learn how we could help each other.  

On August 1st, Bountiful Blessings more than doubled its office and warehouse space. Thank you to AC Rimmer for making the space available.   We now occupy 3,419 square feet. This has helped as we continue to grow and expand. We have also added 3 more weekly volunteers at the warehouse. I cannot say enough about our team of servant hearts. We cherish and appreciate all of the members of our volunteer army. 

On August 7th, Bountiful Blessings had the opportunity to set up a table at the Rosedale Church of the Nazarene for a community outreach event. This was an opportunity to promote the charity in the Middletown, PA area. Thank you Pastor Tony for the invitation.

On August 12th, Battistini Transport delivered a much needed, "new to us" pallet jack. The pallet jack was sold to us at a significantly reduced price and delivered for free. It has already improved how we use our additional warehouse space.

On August 18th,  a blue 2002 Chevy van was donated from Bethesda Mission to Bountiful Blessings. It is wonderful when charities can work side by side for the greater good of the community. 

On August 19th, Teen Day came to an end for 2021. After receiving feedback from the 10 kids who completed the program (and their parents), we will be having Teen Day again in 2022. The kids were excited at the thought of being together again next summer, learning about new scrap metal projects and more.  

On August 21st, the Bountiful Blessings Board of Directors Meeting took place. The biggest item to come out of the meeting was the decision to form a Strategic Planning Committee. This committee will set the course for the charity over the next 2-20 years. The first meeting will be November 13th. These are exciting times!


On September 2nd, Terry had the privilege of speaking to the Sertoma Club in Carlisle, PA. What a wonderful group of individuals, each with a servant’s heart. Thank you for this opportunity and the donated items.

On September 21st, Bountiful Blessings opened its newest site in Irwin, PA at New Hope Presbyterian Church.   


Congratulations to our York Haven site (Vibrant, A Christian Church). The Pastor baptized one of their BB recipient’s during a September Sunday morning service.  

On September 25th, Scrap Day was a success! Thank you to everyone who brought us their scrap metal and to Jodi Major of AFH Media. Jodi surprised us by coming and taking pictures of the day’s event.

The Fourth Quarter is sure to bring more exciting news!   

We need your financial support, whether it's one time or monthly. We will continue to come alongside the churches, assisting families and growing God’s kingdom with your help. We are hoping to add more sites in 2022, but we need your help to make that happen.

2021 - SECOND quarter update




Our Harrisburg site (New Day IKM Church) & our York Haven site (Vibrant, A Christian Church) completed their training and are now serving their surrounding communitiesMay God bless these sites as they reach out to their community to serve those in need.

April brought new adventures for Bountiful Blessings. We had the privilege to be one of the three charities selected by HAVOC (Harrisburg Area Volkswagon Owners Club) to receive donations from their car show event. God blessed them with a gorgeous day and the turnout was huge. We were so appreciative to have met Monica Butler and volunteer alongside this amazing group of service-minded individuals who love Volkswagons. Love the bug! 

May brought us multiple amazing fundraising events. May 1st was Scrap Day! What a great community turnout. We filled the box truck and the van, not to mention the numerous items that were set aside to take apart. We are so thankful to our community and their support to help clean up Central PA. Mark your calendar. The next Scrap Day is September 25th.

Skillet Hill Stables held a fundraiser for our Western PA sites. The owner, Shari Norton, along with her staff and borders, hosted a fun-filled day of events for kids and adults. The day was highlighted by a country western singer, horse rides, food, face painting, raffle baskets and more. We can't thank them enough for what they did for the charity and the families we serve.

RDN Family Auction, owned by Roger Naugle, hosted a pickle eating competition fundraiser for Bountiful Blessings. The competitors: one of the top in the world vs the top in Dillsburg. This fun event raised $388.00 which was donated to Bountiful Blessings in the form of paper towels and toilet paper. Thank you to the RDN Family and all who supported the event!

In June, Heavenly Hauler's Ministry LLC began TEEN DAY! With a general outline and liability forms in hand, it was time to see if the teens would really have an interest in tearing apart scrap metal. The teens are amazing! In the first few weeks, we were able to identify which kids who were really interested in learning vs those who were curious. With a focused group of 9 tweens & teens, we have found a schedule that works with the various age groups: two hours of work, lunch, and three hours of flexible time (some work, some play). Plus, we do a few fun activities along the way. I have to say, the kids are GREAT and I couldn't be more proud of them!

Also in June, our Duncannon site joined us at the warehouse. Pastor Lindsay brought a group of teens for a few hours as part of their Summer Church Camp. What a great group of teens! They worked hard and were rewarded with Chick-fil-a at the end of the day. Thank you for allowing Heavenly Hauler's Ministry to join together with Breakthrough Church for a day of service for our Lord.

Heavenly Hauler’s Ministry LLC recycled over 50,000 pounds of metal in the first half of 2021. Thank you for those who have donated to help keep Central PA clean & to help offset some of our overhead. Please continue to think of us as you hear of people getting rid of electronics and metal (drink cans, construction material, car parts, etc).

As a TEASER …. Next Quarter we expand our warehouse space … watch for stories and pictures.

OUR WISH LIST – Pallet Jack (the wheels on our have worn off), van or truck for Heavenly Hauler’s Ministry, dish liquid and trash bags.

2021 - FIRST quarter update




What an amazing first quarter of 2021! God is good!

On January 1, 2021, Heavenly Hauler’s Ministry LLC became its own 501c3 doing business under Bountiful Blessings Inc. We have already had 14 court mandated volunteers select our charity to complete their time this year. Each has received a Bible at the completion of their time, with a verse specifically selected for them. One young lady had never seen a Bible before. What an opportunity to witness! She began to cry. On a sad note, another volunteer chose to end his life, not finding it worth living. We pray for his family and extended family. We have 2 more folks who have returned to volunteer monthly, after completing their required time. Both shared that they felt they were needed and appreciated... and they are!

We also have 2 high schoolers who need volunteer hours for the National Honor Society and Key Club. What a pleasure it has been to help them get their hours and teach them the value of giving your time.

Bountiful Blessings started 3 new sites in PA in the first quarter: Duncannon, Harrisburg and York Haven. Their training will be completed in the second quarter. They are all doing very well with learning the system. They are excited to be
reaching their communities, praying with the families, and are already making an impact.

Most of our other sites served their communities from the parking lot of their churches during this quarter due to COVID 19. Some churches never stopped serving from within the building. Either way, the families that needed help, received it. As we enter the second quarter, the churches are re-opening and most of them will be back serving from within the church very shortly. The families continue to share their appreciation for the fact that Bountiful Blessings never closed during COVID 19. They have shared how much they are grateful that the churches found ways to continue to help them.

I would like to take a moment to say that our volunteers are amazing. Every one of our host churches have felt a personal loss during this past year. Whether COVID related or not, every site was impacted with illnesses, disease and death. Our Board of Directors has been impacted in the same way, along with the volunteers at the warehouse. Despite the challenges, God has been ever-present. Fear has not been allowed to overtake faith. We have stayed focused on God and the opportunity to serve Him through our churches and neighborhoods. Our warehouse and office never closed. We trusted in God to protect us! And, HE did. Praise be to God!

Please continue to keep Bountiful Blessings Inc and Heavenly Hauler’s Ministry LLC in your prayers. We are desperately in need of a box truck with a lift, a pallet jack, and with some tools (socket set, screw drivers, etc). We continue to pray for a 10,000 sq foot building or land to build upon, along with financial donations. We know if you pray alongside us for our needs, God who is good will answer our prayers.

We look forward to the 2nd Quarter: The churches re-opening, Spring, warm weather and multiple events. We hope to see many of you at our Scrap Metal & Electronics Collection Event on May 1st.

2020 - FORTH quarter update




On October 3rd, Bountiful Blessings held its first Scrap Metal Collection Day. It was a huge success! Throughout the day, vehicles brought donations of appliances, old electronics and various metal items. Volunteers were on site to unload the donations, man the grill and provide tours of the warehouse. A tent was set up out front of the warehouse where volunteers tore down the scrap metal donations as they came in. We had a day of fun and enjoyed introducing new faces to Bountiful Blessings. 

Thank you to our new business supporters – York HG Properties (scrap metal) and Envision Printing (stuffed bears). Also, thank you, Christine, for the dental kits.  

Welcome to Matt, who has joined BB as a regular volunteer each Thursday. His diverse background has been a wonderful asset to the charity. 

Delta Dental and Highmark sent teams to the warehouse to help us prepare donations for distribution in November. They also assisted with the end of the year inventory of the back stock at the warehouse. These ladies were a huge help. A big “Thank You” to each of them. 

Bountiful Blessings is now helping to support over 20 organizations. We had the privilege of adding the YMCA in Camp Hill to our list this quarter, along with the Capital Area Pregnancy Center. Kathleen and Terry delivered baby products to the centers for the pregnant women they serve.

Thank you to Thrivent Financial for the matching grant of $2,000. Through this grant, Bountiful Blessings was able to receive the core items that are hard to get donated. We are now well stocked with trash bags.


We continue to attend business mixers, in an effort to get our name out into the community. We have met some wonderful businesses and are thrilled to learn how all of us can help each other. We also tried our hand at Radio Advertising on 580 AM. We had the privilege of being interviewed on 91.3 FM CV Christian Radio in Carlisle, PA. This was quite an honor. The host was wonderful. We also had an internet-based podcast interview with Tiffany Roman from Small Business Spotlight about Bountiful Blessings. This allowed a wider audience to learn about our charity.

Terry met with 2 potential Board Members for 2021. They will be presented to the Board of Directors in February for approval. Stay tune for the results. 

We are excited to announce that Bountiful Blessings has added a new supplier to our list. Welcome, Midwest Food Bank. They will help provide more non-food items for our thousands of families. We will begin receiving items in February 2021. We are excited to begin receiving donations through their distribution site.

Though 2020 was packed with challenges, our churches continued to serve their communities. We had volunteers who lost family members to COVID or had COVID themselves, were diagnosed with cancer, heart disease and other ailments, among other hardships they faced. Despite the adversity, the churches stayed strong. The Church is the beacon that shines in the midst of fear and doubt. The communities look to the church and Jesus Christ for strength and guidance. Bountiful Blessings has the privilege to walk alongside the churches as they serve their communities.  

2020 - THIRd quarter update




It is hard to believe that we are at the end of the 3rd Quarter of 2020.  What a year!  

I am excited to tell you about July – Aug – Sept of 2020. As you know from my prior quarters, I have been asking God where he wants Bountiful Blessings to focus each month. In July, God sent me in a new direction. He said that I am to focus on Marketing. I told God that I don’t know anything about Marketing. However, being obedient, I attended my first business mixer. I met some wonderful small business owners and together, we are supporting each other. Among the people I met was an IT Marketing person who help us set-up Bountiful Blessings on all the virtual platforms. In August, God told me that we should stay with marketing. I then met a marketing person who introduced me to a printing company owner. Together, we designed the new Bountiful Blessings T-Shirts. We had magnets made and they printed some promotional materials for us as well. As we moved into September, God kept us in the Marketing area. We put together our first radio advertisement on 580 AM. It is scheduled to run in October, November, December. We are asking people to support a family for $20.00 a month.  

In September, we also began the process of developing the scrapping corner into its own ministry. It will be named Heavenly Haulers Ministry. It will do business as part of Bountiful Blessings. We have groups of volunteers, Sunday School students, scouts, ARD, and others come to the warehouse to take items apart. We have Christian men and women volunteer along side of them to help guide them. It is a wonderful opportunity to bring people to Christ. The name is currently sitting with the attorney awaiting filing. Let me share a sampling the feedback we received:  

  •  “I love what you and all the volunteers do here. I am glad I got to learn about your organization.  I will be back.”

  •  “It has been a comfortable and caring place to be.”

  • “Volunteering with BB has been an amazing experience along my journey to better myself.  Terry has created a welcoming and joyful community that I have truly enjoyed.”

  • “The time here at BB has been wonderful. Yes, it helps fill my obligation but it is so much more. Terry and her volunteers are in a league of their own. The kind words, compassion and empathy for both sides of the program are more of how it should be. I never thought I’d learn so many valuable lessons going through a program for making a mistake.”

  • “It was a pleasant and uplifting experience that showed through faith and belief in God that whole communities can be helped and that people working together can make a giant impact on not only communities, but on the world as a whole.”


As for how we’re managing COVID, the sites have done a wonderful job of moving from being inside the church to distributing through the church lots. Many have dealt with COVID-19 within their volunteers and families. Despite the limited staffing, they have found a way to keep their sites open. The recipient families are so appreciative. 

Here’s an update on the new distribution sites coming on-board in 2021. I have confirmed that Bountiful Blessings is coming to Duncannon, PA (Breakthrough Church) and Harrisburg, PA (New Day IKM) in January. In February, Bountiful Blessings will re-open in York Haven (Vibrant Church). In April, we will begin distributing items in Irwin, PA (New Hope Presbyterian Church) and Penn Hills, PA.  We will not be coming to Rochester, PA as we previously thought. York PA is interested, but we do not have a timeframe for when they will begin yet. 


October is starting with a bang and I can’t wait to share the 4th Quarter with you. Stay tuned!

2020 - SECOND quarter update




April, May, June of 2020 may go down in the history books. While the churches chose to follow the government’s request for their closure during COVID-19, the government also asked the charities to stay open to serve those in need. For Bountiful Blessings, Inc, this created quite a problem; since we distribute our non-food items through the churches. I can only applaud each of our sites, as they put themselves on the front lines, serving those in need through their church property. Each site re-opened as they got the necessary approvals to do so. By June, all of the sites had re-opened in one form or another. Some never closed, while others chose to use a  parking lot drive through method.  

Let me take a moment here to recognize the fact that 3 of our sites lost family members during this pandemic. Each of these sites closed only for the volunteers and family to attend the funeral. (And as most of you know, funeral homes and funerals are also impacted by COVID-19). The dedication and love you have shown for your church, community and Bountiful Blessings, Inc. has been unmatched. And, though the media does not recognize our volunteers as being on the front lines, they are!

In April, I asked God where he wanted me to focus my efforts, since the churches and small businesses that would normally support our non-profit were closed. Clearly, they could not do collections or put bins in their stores to help support us during this time. God told me to focus on collecting scrap metal, and that he would bless my efforts for May and June. God is good! In May, we raised more money scrapping metal than the first 4 months of the year. In June, we doubled what we collected in May. This allowed us to get all the vehicles inspected, put gas in the vehicles for deliveries and to put money toward our insurance bill.

Bountiful Blessings, Inc. works closely with court mandated individuals. In April, we received a phone call that the volunteers doing court mandated time would have to stop due to the pandemic. At that time, we had 2 volunteers. In June, the courts began to allow these individuals to complete their time. God gave us two new individuals who are both great workers.  


As we enter the third quarter of the year, please pray for Bountiful Blessings, Inc. for financial support, more space / land, our audit, our volunteers, the church sites and the recipient families. In addition, we have 5 new sites that have expressed an interest in being Bountiful Blessings, Inc. distribution locations. I have met with 4 of the 5 churches' leaders over the past 6 months. Two of the sites have committed (Irwin & Penn Hills), two are praying about it (Rochester & Harrisburg) and I still need to meet with the last one (York).  

Hugs to each of our Bountiful Blessings, Inc. family members.

2020 - FIRST quarter update




It is hard to believe we are in the second half of April. I’d like to provide an update from the first quarter of 2020. Let me say, God is Good! Prior to the start of the Corona Virus in the USA, we were finishing up the training of two new sites (Homewood and Beltzhoover) at the end of February. We were also scheduling the training of the next two sites (Irwin and Penn Hills). These two sites are now placed on hold, along with the two coming on behind them. We scheduled the computer training for Dravosburg, PA in April.  This is also delayed now.

When the stay-at-home orders were announced, the initial reaction of the sites was “do we close?” At the end of March, 6 of the 17 sites decided to close. By the first week of April, 3 of the 6 re-opened (after learning how the other sites were operating). We have adjusted to allow for social distancing and masks. The sites are each performing in a manner that is comfortable for them. Some are continuing as always, but allowing for social distancing, while others have moved to a drive-in format. The drive-thru sites are giving only the core items. Families are showing their ID from the car or filling out the registration form, then they answer whether they have attended church (via on line services). The recipients have until 12/31/2020 to complete their mandatory volunteer time.

The warehouse & office have continued their operations uninterrupted. Our volunteers are the best! The boxes are packed and deliveries made every week. 

I want to share a story from our Gettysburg, PA site. They are conducting their distribution via the drive-thru style. As they drew near the end of the distribution time, a young man came running up the alley and handed the site coordinator a stone.  It was painted with the word “gratitude.” He wanted them to know how much they appreciate the sacrifice being made to serve their family and the community. Wow!

We are up 250 families in the first quarter (over the first quarter of 2019). It is amazing. Fortunately, we had a savings that has allowed us to purchase the core items. It is dwindling, but we are hopeful that the mandates will end and more people and churches will be able to donate again. We had to cancel two large fundraisers - the Western PA Golf Outing on May 2nd and the Karns drive for April 25th. Together, these two events bring in $10,000+ in cash and items. It was a tough hit. But God has this! We ask for continuous prayers for all of the charities and families during this time. Hugs to all our supporters – those financial, item donors, prayer warriors, churches and businesses. God loves you and so do we!


Bountiful Blessings® is a charity called, developed and nurtured by God. He laid out the format, and we, God’s servants have followed. This program is founded on the Biblical principle "I am my brother’s keeper."

Each recipient is required to give back volunteer hours for receiving items. God instructs us to work so we may eat. So, cheerfully, each recipient volunteers their time as a thank you for what God has given them: a safe, positive, Christ-centered environment offering items to fulfill their needs. "The Lord will provide" is a verse I have repeated many times over, trusting in Him that He will give this program all that it needs so that we may offer His people what they need. 


The families receiving and the volunteers (both those who receive from the program and those who do not receive) have developed a closeness that comes from working and supporting each other to get through hard and difficult times. Together the volunteers and the recipients have developed a bond, a friendship and a trust. This program offers so much more than tangible items. Compassion, love, care, concern, humbleness and a feeling that "God placed me on this earth for a reason" are just a few of the benefits enjoyed by both recipients and volunteers.

My prayer for this program and all of its future sites is the Saint’s Prayer offered by Saint Francis of Assisi:



Lord Make me an Instrument of thy peace;
Where there is hatred, let me sow  love;
Where there is injury, pardon;
Where there is doubt, faith;
Where there is despair, hope;
And where there is sadness, joy.
O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much
seek to be consoled as to console;
to be understood as to understand;
to be loved, as to love;
for it is in giving that we receive;
it is in pardoning, that we are pardoned,
and it is in
dying that we are born to eternal life.

~ Terry Orendi

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