When it comes to giving, this year has been more stressful for me than most. With people out of work and needing help feeding their families, I’ve leaned more toward donating to the food banks. I don’t neglect supporting my church, that’s a given, but for other donations I have concentrated on giving to the Salvation Army and local food banks more than to other organizations. It’s hard, because I receive so many requests for money. And it’s not as if they’re not good causes, but the thought of families, especially children, going without enough to eat breaks my heart. Yes, I know one should be practical when giving, but I also notice our Savior seems to have no boundaries in his generosity to me.
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