July Newsletter

Our Community Came Together:
A Fresh Coat of Paint
Butterfly Garden
^ Click on the picture above to watch our transformation video. ^

A team of 20 men, women, teenagers, children, and families joined together for an all-day painting, cleaning, and landscaping of Good News at Noon. This group focused on the entry way, hallways, and the mentor/office area. 
One week later, the Kreinbrink family donated money to supply a painter to redo our dining hall!
Thank you Heritage Painting for doing a phenomenal job.
Check out our newly painted rooms and groomed butterfly garden!
Meal Volunteers 
Thank you to all of our families, churches, and businesses that provide meals for our men, women, and children on a daily basis. 
Our meal ministry is growing! As a result we are asking that you prepare to serve 60 people per meal. 

You are helping our ministry grow through feeding our neighbors.

God Provides for our Needs

We are thankful and blessed for answers to prayer through community donations.
Anderson Family: Washer
Collins Family: Dryer
Blankenship Family: Washer & Dryer
Panera & Publix Bread Donations
We would like to thank Panera & Publix for their contributions and providing our daily bread. 
"But give great joy to those who came to my defense. Let them continually say, "Great is the Lord, who delights in blessing his servant with peace!" Then I will proclaim your justice, and I will praise you all day long."

Psalm 35: 27-28
Daily Moment
Prince of Peace Catholic Church

Prince of Peace visited with a large contingent of servants and an abundance of food for lunch. They also provided us with many, many kitchen supplies. 

Their group chose to serve our ministry despite only two members knowing of us before their visit.
It is inspiring to see that two people believed in the ministry of Good News at Noon and were able to encourage an army of people to come together for our community!

Wednesday nights, 7 p.m. 

Bible Seminar on Forgiveness

 Guest Speaker: Terry Stueck.
*Free Book provided

Director's Thoughts

"I’ve been reminded this month of the powerful imagery in the Bible of the hard work of farming. Planting, watering and caring for individual plants, in time, leads to a great harvest. The farmer must be faithful to the work, yet patient, as ultimately God is the only One who can create and sustain life. I am thankful to have so many “co-farmers” to share the work of planting, watering and nurturing in the lives of our neighbors here at Good News at Noon. Our donors and volunteers have sown into the lives of over 150 men so far this year in our shelter, and many times more through our devotions, Bible studies and meals. Praise the Lord of the harvest!"

~Ken Gossage

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