Broken Chains Ministry

Monthly Newsletter – September 2019

Eagle Scout Troop 951 gives Broken Chains 175 Lunches to feed the needy.


Grant Sondrut, of Eagle Scout Troop 951, completed his project of collecting 175 lunches to feed the needy in Las Vegas and delivered them to Broken Chains to distribute.

Pastor Cody and Heather delivered them to Pastor Joe at Fellowship of God. Pastor Joe has several halfway houses and they are always thankful for food items.

Thanks to Grant and his Eagle Scout Troop for blessing us with these lunches!

Grant and his mother also brought Broken Chains many other food items to be used at the regular Wednesday night outreaches. We truly appreciate their caring for the less fortunate in our city!!

Other Highlights

Broken Chains took the month of August off. They will also be taking the month of September off!

Broken Chains took the month of August off and will be taking the month of September off also; we will be back at the park on October 1st.

See you then!!

Other Key Events That Happened This Last Month

  • We want to thank all of our faithful volunteers & sponsors; without them, we would not be able to operate.
  • We also want to thank all of those who financially support the ministry; again we would not be able to do what we do without these individuals.

September Prayer and Praise List

  • Prayer: Please pray for our good friend Ed as he continues to battle illness.
  • Prayer: Please continue to pray for Pastor Dan, as he continues to improve.
  • Prayer: Please pray for our country; we need God’s help!!!!
  • Prayer: Please prayerfully consider becoming a financial partner with Broken Chains.
  • Praise: Thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors, volunteers & board members!!
  • Praise: Thank you, Jesus, for always providing for your ministry. Philippians 4:19.

YOU’RE ALWAYS WELCOME TO JOIN US

VolunteersEveryone is invited to attend our weekly Bible study and BBQ. It is held at Myron Levitt Park (the old JC Park) on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm. The park is just north of the intersection of Eastern Avenue & Sahara Avenue. If you would like more details including a Google map, please visit our website contact page. Come and join us any Wednesday!

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