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October 2013

Serving Hands Legacy

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2013 SHI Partner Meeting

Serving Hands International hosted their annual luncheon celebrating 31 years in service on October 3, 2013. The event featured the largest turn out to date with 140 current SHI Partner ministry leaders and program directors joining in the celebration! Among them were 34 sisters, 30 priests and San Diego’s own Bishop Cirilo Flores. Together with Serving Hands Founders, Board members and staff, we celebrated another great year of Serving Hands International’s commitment to service. Exemplifying Jesus’ calling to serve the poor and partaking in the joy of following Mother Teresa’s mission “Unless life is lived for others, it is not worthwhile” has always been the intent of Serving Hands International’s founders, Terrence and Barbara Caster. As they fellowshipped with those who have taken their modest legacy and expanded the mission, the Casters were provided a video presentation highlighting 3 partners with a simple message, that they would carry on the legacy by which Serving Hands was created and continue to make a difference in the lives of people who need help. In turn, the Casters expressed their thanksgiving to God for bringing along more servant hands who can carry on God’s work. The Caster family, Serving Hands International Board, Staff and volunteers want to thank you, Serving Hands International Partners for carrying on the legacy!

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