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Many Blessed by Lunch Bags of Love!

"Whatever you do for the least of these, you do unto Me."  Matthew 25:40

On January 22, 150 students and family members gathered in the St. Matthew gym to assemble 400 lunches for the NOAH Project, which is a Warming Center for homeless people located in Detroit's Central Methodist Church. Throughout the entire evening, it was so much fun watching the Holy Spirit shine through families as they worked together to decorate bags, write notes of encouragement, assemble sandwiches, and pack ten lunch bags.  Afterwards, families gathered together to eat pizza and enjoy fellowship.

Lunch Bags of Love - "Do Something" Significant for Homeless Victims in Detroit

"Whatever you do for the least of these, you do unto me."  Matthew 25:40

Supervising the lunchroom for many years, I have learned a lot. I have been extremely impressed with how willing children are to eat the healthy foods packed in their lunches. I have learned about family favorite meals such as "pizza casserole", "taco pie", and "slimy chicken". This year, I have also watched our Kindergarteners demonstrate their promising culinary skills by making daily food "creations", such as pickles and cheese on top of applesauce or potato salad smeared on pizza. However, there is nothing as exciting as a loving note found in a lunchbox. Often, I am greeted by an excited child waving a piece of paper and proclaiming, "look what I got!"

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