Harlingen pastor praying for the return of stolen equipment
On Oct. 11, Senior Pastor Luis Cabrera celebrated his 17th year of ministry in Harlingen.
The next two weeks, though, would prove to be the toughest Cabrera had ever experienced.
His car was burglarized — and his truck was stolen.
Cabrera recovered the truck, but about $7,000 worth of church equipment, including tables, chairs, a speaker system and a generator, had vanished.
"It was hard for me to rejoice, let me tell you," Cabrera said. "It was hard. But you know what? I have to live what I preach."
Cabrera said he's asking the person who took the equipment to return it. He'd also like to speak with that person about how to become a blessing to the community.
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