Kirsch is on a Roll

Orphan Grain Train (OGT) driver Jim Kirsch made his seventh trip to Ysleta Lutheran Mission Human Care (YLM) on October 29, 2014 and his upcoming future includes more deliveries in the name of Christ.  Kirsch, a retired truck driver, is back at his craft. Fortunately Kirsch lives in Norfolk, Nebraska, also home to OGT headquarters....
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Alternative Students Altering Their Outlook Through YLM

Ysleta Independent School District’s alternative school for at-risk students, Cesar Chavez Academy, now, once again, offers a community service program to students. The inaugural service project was on October 22 at Ysleta Lutheran Mission Human Care (YLM). Cesar Chavez vice-principal Sandra Espinoza was on hand as an additional volunteer, along with other teachers and staff,...
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