The bishop "was really open and loving," Liz recalled. But it was
tough love. "We're not going to pay bills. We can't pay your mortgage,"
she recalled him as saying. He offered food assistance and a blessing.
Andersons said it never occurred to them to seek government assistance,
although with two young children and a monthly income that had dwindled
to $1,200, they surely would have qualified for food stamps.
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