Letter from Destiny Praise Outreach Ministries

Letter from Destiny Praise Outreach Ministries

Rev. Dr. Woullard,
As you prepare for your holiday there at home and the church, we are so grateful to share this word of thanks with your “family, the church, and friends”. We have so much to be grateful for when we look at our children and grandchildren and realize God’s hand on their lives. May your time of fellowship during the holidays get sweeter every year.

A sincere “Thanks" to you and the entire membership of the Shady Grove Baptist Church,” as well for close friends like Sis. Edith, Bro. Jeffrey, Coach Yama, Doctor Thomas, Deacon Roderick, Olando and all those who stand with us in prayer and financially support for the many outreaches of LIFE.

Liberia has been touched in so many ways – feeding the hungry, caring for orphans, providing clean water,caring and providing for individual families in times of urgency and so much more. God’s love has been shown in many practical ways, and the Gospel has been shared everywhere we go.

Destiny Praise Outreach Ministries, and I believe you are the most wonderful people on earth. We will give thanks for you in prayer around our table, and ask God’s blessings and best on your lives as well. As you begin a season of fellowship and joy through thanksgiving, our hearts are filled with the blessings you make possible for so many in need – sharing the Gospel with us – in word and deed.

May the Lord Almighty continuous to bless you and the church and every works of your hands. Have a blessed holiday.

On behalf of Destiny Praise Outreach Ministries, Inc

4 comments (Add your own)

1. Byron Dixon wrote:
Great Letter!

Wed, January 6, 2010 @ 6:23 PM

2. Chan wrote:
Amy thanks for bionglgg about this Amy. We feel TOTALLY ripped off by our traditional insurance paying $350/month (our portion, my husband's co. pays the rest) for a total of $4200/year & for that premium, we have privilege of only having a $500 deductible/family member ($1500 max./year) & STILL have to pay 25% of all bills after our deductible has been met?! I just don't get it BUT I too am concerned about the up-front, out-of-pocket costs with these cost sharing plans. A well-check at our Peds office right now costs $195 & that's if they do NOTHING else. (Vax's run anywhere between $150 $250 per shot ) My husband & I have talked about it thru & we just don't see how we could possibly handle that not to mention the sick visits. We just went thru 5 in 1 month due to a stubborn round of pink eye, in addition to Emme's 6 mo. well check According to my calculations, that would've cost us $920 in office visits & medication for just that one month (nearly half of my husband's monthly take home pay.)We just kinda think we don't make ENOUGH money on a monthly basis to participate in a cost sharing plan Do you have any advice for doubting minds???Sherri s last [type] ..

Wed, August 22, 2012 @ 3:26 AM

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Wed, August 22, 2012 @ 9:58 PM

4. Rev.Morris V.Jarkai wrote:

Sat, November 3, 2012 @ 8:32 AM

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