Recently, McKinney’s Community Lifeline Center’s Executive-Director Christine Hockin-Boyd received a note from Brandy Reeve, a member of the CrossRoads Motorcycle Ministry in Sachse, Texas. This group has recently opened a small food and clothing bank in Sachse. Brandy wrote to ask for permission to use the CLC’s “3 meals in a bag list.” She wrote, “It’s really great and easy to use.”
The old saying goes, “Imitation is the highest form of flattery.” The flattery is nice, but the CLC is happier to learn that their methods serve as models for other groups to help those in need within the communities served. Of course, the CLC welcomes the compliments too. Brandy added, “I love your ministry, you seem to have it ‘all together.’”
If you’re curious to know about the “3 meals in a bag list,” go to the CLC’s website at communitylifeline.org. It’s there, and so are other ways to help your neighbors in McKinney who have fallen on hard times.