Immanuel held its Restore Weekend by going out into the community to love our neighbors and serve them by engaging in a number of service projects. On September 29, we prepared and served lunch, as well as led chapel for about 150 homeless people at the Memphis Union Mission. After one morning worship service on September 30, we did several projects in the Beltline community through Jacob’s Ladder CDC; picked up 21 bags of trash at Shelby Farms Park; led arts and crafts, reading and singing, and a Bible study for about 45 residents at Quail Ridge Alzheimer’s Special Care Center; and visited ten Bartlett and Memphis area fire stations and police precincts to deliver bottled water and snacks and visit and pray with the men and women who serve. Special thanks to our service project team leaders, our Men Awake Connection Group for preparing lunch, and to everyone who served during Immanuel’s Restore Weekend. You truly made a difference in the lives of many people for Jesus and helped make our community a better place in which to live!