Help One Another
Almost everyone in Lilbourn knows Rose, and it’s no wonder considering she’s 84 years old and has lived there all her life.
As she sat in her wheelchair by the front door of Life Changers Restoration Ministries, everyone who came in greeted her with a smile and sometimes a hug. She was one of the people involved with starting the church.
Rose was happy for the mobile food pantry to be held there. Over a hundred people lined seats inside the church, waiting for their turn to fill their box with food.
“It helps out a lot in our community,” she said of the mobile food pantry as she waited her turn.
Growing up, her family struggled with food, she said. They raised and grew almost everything they ate. Because of that, she taught her children not to be picky and be thankful for what they had.
She believes in community coming together to make the world better.
“Help one another,” Rose said.