Soon we’ll hold a Resurrection service in a graveyard.
Once again this Easter we’ll take the powerful, life-giving gospel of Jesus Christ to those who live in the graveyard of Skid Row. Because when you live in this inner city, you’re literally living in a graveyard.
It’s a graveyard of dead dreams, dead plans, dead hopes, and dead aspirations. But even in a graveyard, there is hope. After all, it’s where Jesus rose from the dead.
And just as He rose from death to life that first Easter morning, these precious souls can leave their grave clothes and come out new creatures in Christ, literally born again.
Here at Fred Jordan Missions, we’re preparing to welcome hungry and hurting men, women, and children to our family Easter celebration. We’ll share the message of Jesus, the Resurrection and the Life, and then invite them to join us for Easter dinner.
Will you join us in reaching out to souls with shattered lives, andto souls who have no hope?
Your gift of $25 will provide 12 people with a hot Easter meal. Your gift of $50 will provide 25 holiday meals. And a gift of $100 will serve 50 people who join us for Easter here on Skid Row.
If you’ve already sent a gift, thank you. And if you haven’t, would you prayerfully consider sending one today? A gift of any amount will make a difference.
On behalf of the Jordan family, I wish you a blessed Easter. May the glory of His resurrection fill your heart with new life and new hope, and may the Lord bless you for the lives that are transformed because of your generosity.
Your most grateful servant,
Willie L. Jordan (Mrs. Fred Jordan)
PS: Please, if you can, will you help us reach out to the suffering with the love and hope of our risen Savior this Easter?