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ELM

PO Box 3362

Allentown, PA  18106

The official registration and financial information of Everlasting Life Ministries, Inc. may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement

NEWS AND PHOTOS!

PASTOR GUS'S RADIO INTERVIEW IN JULY 2016 WITH BOBBY GUNTHER WALSH ON HIS RECENT OVERSEAS TRIP

Pastor David Jones Shares Message at Easter Dinner

Donated Boxes of Food & Personal Item Given To Needy Families for Christmas!

  800 boxes of food and personal items from Feed the Children arrived in Allentown.  Boxes were packed and supplied by Feed the Children, and Everlasting Life Ministries reached out to distribute to those families in need just days before Christmas.

Pastor Gus On WAEB

 

If you missed it, Pastor Gus interviewed on the radio with Bobby Gunther Walsh about the Syrian refugee situation! Tune in here:

 

YOUTH GROUP FROM MICHIGAN COMES TO WORK @ ELM

The Youth Group from Bethel Baptist Temple in Livonia Michigan came in for a missions trip to work downtown with Everlasting Life Ministries.  The group of 7 youth and 2 leaders participated in the Senior Luncheon, packing and distributing bags for the Food Bank, and making and distributing peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to those in need.  They were a great help and we appreciate all the sacrificed time and effort to help the poor & needy in downtown Allentown.

Pictures showing the visiting youth and others preparing peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to be given out at the Food Bank at the event we like to call our 'Gather and Slather'.

 LOCAL FARMER DONATES VEGETABLE PLANTS

 

A local farmer from the Lehigh Valley donated hundreds of pepper and tomato plants in June to distribute downtown.  One Saturday morning during our Food Bank, these plants were given to our neighbors so that they can grown their own to help feed their families.  "We want to promote LIFE!  And people will see life coming from their plants.  I told everyone that soon they will be able to bring their extra tomatoes and peppers to the Food Bank to help others," commented Pastor Gus (pictured on the right)