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November 19, 2009


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I also give to Samaritan's Purse and did my yearly donation at the end of October. We gave Dairy Animals, Jesus Loves me Lambs, Feed a hungry baby for a week, and Bible Lessons for Children. Although it wasn't anything close to what you are donating, I always feel really good about donating through Samaritan's Purse, whether it be from the catalog or through Operation Christmas Child.

That total is amazing. Wow! Thank you for giving.

Wow! I've been reading your blog for a number of months but didn't know about its charitable aspect. That's really fantastic! Thank you for your generosity and for the reference to this charity. We've donated a few times via World Vision's gift catalog, which sounds similar.

You're a stronger man than I! :D Thank you for your charity.

Blessings as always on the good work.
I honor you ministries in the community.


I had a good laugh at this line:

"...and those are the proceeds that go to help hurting people all over the world!"

Probably doesn't read the way you intended. :)

But keep up the good work - this is a quality blog.

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