April 28, 2014

From Homeless to Home

It was a unique experience to volunteer at Salvation Army Belkin House, whose mission is to “break the cycle of homelessness”. We were excited to see a line of people waiting outside the cafe to be served snacks (even the chef said most residents might have gone outside for some sun). I noticed that some people were quite hesitant. Their eyes and tones made me wonder about their stories behind. I hope the smiles on our faces and our cheerfulness could bring them some “light and love”. It was a great reward hearing their “thank you” before they left the

Hunger for Love – Alice Jiang

We served snacks to the residents of Salvation Army Belkin House. At first, I wanted to introduce Light and Love Home and tell them what we do. But when I really tried to show my love and care for these people, I started to feel connected with them. They really need love.

More blessed to give than to receive – Alison Chan

We are so happy that the package we sent to our church in Tarlac (Philippines) has arrived! See how happy Siu Ling was when she got our big box. It’s our love and support to the church in Tarlac. Thanks to Vancouver brothers and sisters’ donation and contribution. Your giving has become a blessing to others. Hear the feedback from coworkers’ in Tarlac: Siu Ling is so excited w the box that we need to wait for all the Chinese coworkers together to open the boxes. It is really funny that many things we do not expect would be in