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Saturday, March 5

The most important thing we do every Saturday at noon isn't feeding our guests: it's asking them how they are, and listening to the answer. When we look our guests in the eye and say, "How are you today?" we tend to get real answers:

  • "I woke up above ground today so I'm grateful."

  • "I'm struggling today. But I trust God to take care of me."

  • "I'm trying to stay home because it's dangerous out here."

  • "I'm excited to see my grandson today."

  • "I'm going to work. I'm just grabbing something to eat on the way."

  • "I just got out of the hospital."

  • "I lost my mom a few weeks ago and I miss her."

This is the heart of Love & Cornbread. Every week we find ourselves in conversations with our guests and each other that go deep. We end up sharing our own losses, struggles, and joys and feel more connected and more whole for doing so. It. Feels. Great. Come join us and see for yourself.

Stats: 118 breakfast burritos, 100 bag lunches, 6 bags clementines, 5 gallons hot tea, 80 bottles of water, 50 pairs of socks, and 100 hygiene kits.

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