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Tuesday, November 27

Blessing Bag Missionary for 2019

Blessing Bags has Gone Global

Hello friends!

2019 will be our 4th year doing Blessing Bags and I'm happy to announce that we will be supporting our friend Phil all throughout the 2019 year.

Phil is a retired serviceman turned missionary who lives here in the Roanoke Valley and I first met him in early 2016 when I was selling some things from my video production company, Roanoke Video.

Through a Craigslist ad, I first met Phil, learned what he was planning to do and then literally that next week, he went to Iraq to help orphans, families with literally nothing more than homes made of mud and to help those in need.

Over the last couple of years, I've focused all our attention on those here in the United States, our homeless, families in poverty and seniors in need. As Phil would come back for a month or two after being there nearly a year each time, I felt like I wanted to help.

Through the last couple of years, I became more and more impressed with what Phil was doing there and I wanted to help his efforts.

We are still going to collect items to create Blessing Bags and we will continue to collect financial donations. Everything raised will go to Phil, supporting his missionary work while he is living there as well as supporting others within the communities that he visits.

We will also be giving regular updates on our webpage about what Phil is doing, who he is helping and show you where the donations go and what good they are doing.

Please help support Phil by making a monthly, quarterly or annual donation. Everything the program collects now goes directly to Phil and his work. Click this link to make your donation. 

Below are some images of Phil working with children, families and those in poor parts of the country. 

Is the director of the Blessing Bag Program which started in 2016. From personally funding the program to becoming a small non-profit, Joshua not only oversee's the making of the bags ,but works with others in the community to make sure they get into the hands of the homeless and needy. Joshua runs the program in his spare time when not working fulltime.

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