The Rev. Phillip Brickle started Lost Sheep Outreach Ministry to serve the homeless and provide spiritual outreach, food, clothes and shoes, and offer Thanksgiving fellowship and Christmas gifts. Brickle handed out over 2 1/2 tons of food on Nov. 8 to people in need.
The Rev. Phillip Brickle started Lost Sheep Outreach Ministry to serve the homeless and provide spiritual outreach, food, clothes and shoes, and offer Thanksgiving fellowship and Christmas gifts. Brickle handed out over 2 1/2 tons of food on Nov. 8 to people in need.
The Rev. Phillip Brickle started Lost Sheep Outreach Ministry to serve the homeless and provide spiritual outreach, food, clothes and shoes, and offer Thanksgiving fellowship and Christmas gifts. Brickle handed out over 2 1/2 tons of food on Nov. 8 to people in need.

Wiggins: Lost Sheep Outreach Ministry provides meals and more to the homeless during the holidays

November 15, 2013 05:53 PM

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