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Bags of groceries sit ready to be used for a good cause after the Elgin Police Department’s food drive Nov. 13 in Elgin. Courtesy photoMembers of the Elgin Police Department participate in a food drive in Elgin Nov. 13. Pictured are front, Lucy Dominguez; and back, from left, Tony Altgilbers, Amy Altgilbers, Tametra Cook, Chief Cris Noble, Lindsey Scheffler, Christian Baldwin, Marco Solorio.  Courtesy photoTwo Brothers Day Hab clients Della Smith and Gabriel Gomez handle of the food items from the Elgin Police Department’s food drive Nov. 13 in Elgin.  Courtesy photo

Our world is ever changing.Circumstances befall everyone. There are no exceptions.The past two years have been tremendously hard for everyone rich or poor. Many have lost their homes, loved ones, their jobs or even a daily meal. I have found that in the last 10 years that I have been a minister that it is very hard for us — humans — to ask for help. We have this pride that is so thick and tough that we can't cut through it. We have this horrible feeling of shame that over takes us, because we can't provide for our loved ones. We have this over whelming sense of being lost, like our ...

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