This year, when Eleanor Anderson thought about
a service project for the students of her Sunday school at Emanuel
Lutheran Church, Ludington, Mich., she decided to look close to home.
“When people think about helping others, for some reason they always
seem to look at the other side of the world,” she said. “We forget that
there are often needs right across the street.”
|Kennedy Kirby (right) helps Rune Kirby put a personal touch on his “Hands of Friendship Box.” Emanuel Lutheran Church, Ludington, Mich., collected “comfort items” for a shelter, a project to open children’s eyes to needs in their community.|
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