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William & Rebecca Troxel, Westport, WA

Rebecca organized a ladies’ tea. She had heard church and community women share that they are lonely because of the events of the last eighteen months.  One lady has lived in Westport for a few years, but her husband’s health issues kept her at home. Then COVID-19 hit. She has been lonely for a long time, but after connecting with our church for several weeks and participating in the ladies’ tea, she commented that she finally has friends.

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Steven & Lisa Rief, Redland, OR

Early one morning a stranger knocked on our door. Steve opened the door to find a homeless man carrying a large backpack containing all his belongings. He was stranded after a falling out with friends and was trying to find his way home. He gratefully accepted Steve’s offer of a ride. On the way, Steve …

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Fred & Cindy Stromberg, Azalea, OR

Azalea is an unincorporated community of roughly 800 people in Southern Oregon. The economy has been fueled by forest products. More recently, hemp and cannabis farming have become significant. The landscape is marked with timber units at different stages of recovery and greenhouses along with some cattle, deer, and elk. Azalea has a fire department, general …

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