Doing what God asks for all of us

Lifestyle
January 3, 2022

By Stephanie Daniels

Produce Plus owner Harvey Evans’ motto is, “Let our small town store show you what we can do for you.”

On December 14, Harvey and Faith Evans’ oldest son, H.A. set out for Bowling Green, Kentucky to serve food to those who were affected by the recent tornadoes. Along with H.A., the owners of The Hole Dozen, Nick and Charlee Kissner of Iuka, traveled with him to set up to serve. They were set up at the HUB alongside FEMA, the Red Cross and many other volunteers.

After serving approximately 500 residents they took off to a smaller town called Dawson Springs, Kentucky. The town, Evans mentioned is about the size of Salem, IL. He said when they arrived, unlike Bowling Green, the only thing left standing was a Casey’s store. They served approximately 5,000 to 6,000 more people.

1 Peter 4:10 says, “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.”

Thank you to H.A. Evans and the Kissner family for going out of their way to show us a great example of an unselfish act.

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