LLF Response

As we enter uncharted territory due to the COVID-19 virus, we wanted to let our supporters, partners, and volunteers know that we take very seriously the needs of those we serve.  We, like most other ministries and non-profits, are taking appropriate precautions by canceling most scheduled programming for the time being. Although our regular programming can't be conducted we are finding other ways to serve our neighbors:


  • Working with our partners, hundreds of meals have been given out at the Woodhill Community Center. We are averaging 260 meals distributed per day, along with a smile and a friendly face.


  • Staff are checking in on our students, their families, volunteers and partners to see what needs they have and to provide resources or advice on how to access necessary help. ​


  • LLF staff remaining available by phone, email and social media to those we serve to assist remotely as much as possible.

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  • Hosting Zoom calls with our Fatherhood program participants, providing resources to them and encouragement.


  • Continuing in prayer with individuals and groups at the Prayer Room through online means.

Lastly, we are remaining vigilant in prayer. This is perhaps our best response during difficult times.  We are comforted by Psalm 46: 1-3 “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.”

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