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Some Big Cabbage Out There…

Posted on 29 April 2013 by robertflournoy


With 7 volunteers we did a great job harvesting cabbage that was ready to pick for Giving

Children Hope. Volunteers from Santa Ana and Long Beach came out to help support the

low income families by picking  Orange County Produce farm land. AG told the president to be

selective with the cabbage because not all of it was ready to pick Saturday.




There is a good chance we will be back out again Saturday May 4th to harvest more cabbage.

If you would like  to join us next weekend you can contact us at loavesandfishesx10@yahoo.com

to be put on on our volunteer list.


Video of the harvest…

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President Robert Flournoy sung his new song “You Said” at the COGIC in Santa Ana…

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If you would like to purchase his new song you can go to..www.reverbnation.com

and type in Robert Flournoy. All sales will go to buying produce for our hurting families

 here in Orange County.


Thank you.

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If you are in town stop by and see our President Robert Flournoy sing his new song “You Said”

Posted on 18 April 2013 by robertflournoy


Gospel Light C.O.G.I.C. 3135 W. Warner Ave., Santa Ana, CA 92704Santa Ana, CA 92704 7147182930
Date and Time

Friday, April 26th at 6:00pm to 7:pm Prayer for the Santa Ana COH..7:pm to ? is Worship

Ticket Details


Age Limit

All Ages


If you haven’t attended one of these gatherings then make this one your first. Those who have come testify that they have a God encounter and are refreshed. Don’t miss out on a personal encounter with God. This will be a gathering across the denominations of the body of Christ coming together to worship as one for the Lord our God is One!

Click on this link to here his new song…http://www.reverbnation.com/robertflournoy


Robert Flournoy, president of Loaves And Fishes x10, unknowingly began his journey into fighting hunger when he made a commitment to help support seven (7) homeless people in Tustin, CA . For an entire year, he mainly used his personal income, with a few donations from friends and family, to provide them with hygiene products, food, and meals during the holidays.
In 2001, he volunteered with the food bank at his church, Templo Calvario, which serves thousands of people each week. His role included providing support to families who lived in hotels and low-income apartment complexes in Santa Ana, Garden Grove, and Tustin by arranging much needed grocery deliveries as well as offering teachings from the Gospel. As time passed, he became more and more involved with the food bank and went on to volunteer with Obras De Amor. It was there, he began to get involved with larger events such as renting out school parking lots and giving out over 50,000 lbs. of food to the community. His experience in event planning and food distribution through the food bank, led him to be in charge of food distribution for We Care America and We Care Santa Ana which are both projects of Templo Calvario Community Development Corporation. These events supplied enough groceries to feed 5,000 families each week.
In 2010, Robert became the Outreach Coordinator for Love Community Outreach of Santa Ana where his job was to help procure enough food to support 50 Churches and the surrounding community as well as have Evangelical food distributions and network with other ministries.
In 2011, after serving and being faithful to other organizations, he took a leap of faith and officially founded his own organization, Loaves And Fishes x10, where he is very dedicated to feeding the community both physical and spiritual. The organization collaborates with local food banks and arranges gleaning opportunities for them on farm lands throughout Orange County. In addition, Robert recruits volunteers and arranges food distribution campaigns. Today, he is excited about starting his own organization because he can see the hard work it takes and also the blessing it brings. He is very excited about gleaning because it has taken this organization to a another level of support for the community.
Because of his passion to serve God, Robert Flournoy has always supported the community after his work hours with dedicated ministry work and a humble heart.
When you reap the harvest of your land, do not reap to the very edges of your field or gather the gleanings of your harvest. Do not go over your vineyard a second time or pick up the grapes that have fallen. Leave them for the poor and the foreigner. I am the LORD your God. Leviticus 19:9-10

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Photo: Before. ..

The harvest is ready and we are not short of laborers!

Posted on 18 April 2013 by robertflournoy

Before the harvest…

Photo: Before. ..

After the harvest…

Photo: After today's harvest

Saturday 13th was no different from any other harvest there was plenty of produce and enough

volunteers to get the job done. Organizations like Saddleback Church Food Pantry came out once

again Giving Children Hope and a new group from Newport Mesa AbilityFirs’t an organization



It was another day serving the community with the help of AG Kawamura and the Great Park.

Volunteers from all the organizations were once again excited to come out and pick fresh

organic produce for the people there organizations serve. Volunteers from AbilityFirst

came out to give back to the community. Director of AbilityFirst Newport Mesa Joy Thomas

said she was very excited to support the community by giving of her time and that she

plans to continue doing so. We are always excited to see new organizations come out to

help support what we are doing at L&F x10…




Giving Children Hope volunteers…

Orange County Rescue Mission was donated over 720 lbs..Thank you AbilityFirst for your help

We ended the day by heading to the Orange County Ronald McDonlad House where we picked 

oranges. AbilityFirst once again came through  to help. Joy Thomas and her team from her 

office did a great job while enjoying themselves.

Volunteers  even supported the house by raking up leaves and oranges on the ground...



Saddleback Church Food Pantry… 530 lbs of Romaine Lettuce-

Giving Children Hope… 2,320 lbs of Romaine Lettuce

Orange County Rescue Mission… 720 lbs of Romaine Lettuce

Santa Ana Food Bank… 360 lbs of Romaine Lettuce

First Baptist Church…240 lbs of Romaine Lettuce

TOTAL… 4,170


Thank you once again to all the organizations that  came out to help with our weekend projects

we cannot do what we do without your help.


Videos from both projects…

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Great Park and Orange County Ronald McDonald house this weekend…

Posted on 11 April 2013 by robertflournoy


Oranges and lettuce is on the menu this weekend as we come together to help stomp out hunger

in Orange County. Saddleback Church Food Pantry ,Giving Children Hope and  Ability First

of Newport Mesa will stand together in this fight by harvesting at The Great Park for lettuce

and picking oranges at the Ronald McDonald House in Orange. This is the first time we have had

two events on the same day and we are looking forward to the bounty we will bring in for our

low income families. Thank you for coming along side us as we fight to put food on tables.


Saddleback Church Food Pantry volunteers…


Giving Children Hope  volunteers


Community volunteers…

Saddleback Church Food Pantry volunteer…

Volunteers helped to clean up around the orange trees…


Video of our last event at the Ronald McDonald House in Orange.

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President will be singing his song “You Said” at the W.E. “Worship” Weekend April 26th

Posted on 07 April 2013 by robertflournoy

I wanted to personally invite you to a weekend of worship. A weekend where we forget about us and it’s all about Jesus Christ! If you haven’t attended one of these gatherings then make this one your first. Those who have come testify that they have a God encounter and are refreshed. We no longer publicize who is speaking or who the psalmist and minstrels will be, because God wants you to come because you hear Him calling you, come. He wants you to come because you desire to worship Him! This much I can share with you, the people ministering are people consecrated to God. They pour out ALL before Him to glorify His name and God responds. Don’t miss out on a personal encounter with God. This will be a gathering across the denominations of the body of Christ coming together to worship as one for the Lord our God is One!


 It will be the first of seven monthly gatherings to pray for the Santa Ana Convoy of Hope Outreach to happen this fall. This is a massive colloborative effort of the local churches, community agencies and businesses to provide a proverty free day and share the love of Jesus and His story. If you do not have committments for April 26th plan to be a part of this!


The W.E. “Worship” Weekend

Friday, April 26th, 2013 @ 6:pm Prayer gathering/7:pm Worship

Service Held at:

Gospel Light C.O.G.I.C.

3135 W. Warner Ave., Santa Ana, CA 92704

For Hotel or more information please call 714-788-8641 or email christs4ever@gmail.com

Don’t Miss the Expression, The Experience… The Encounter


listen to our presidents new song he will be singing……





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“YOU SAID” President Robert Flournoy’s New Song is now on sale on www.reverbnation.com

Posted on 01 April 2013 by robertflournoy


Link to the single for purchase… http://www.reverbnation.com/robertflournoy


Hello everyone this is the name of  the single made to bless you and also to raise

finances to help support the low income and poor in our community who are struggling

to put food on their tables. All monies raise from the single will go to buy fresh produce

from our local farmers to help support these families and also in return help to sustain

our local farmers. We believe this song will bless you and anyone else you know that may

be going through a trial in their life and need encouragement like the president did when   

he went through his Depression over 13 years ago.  We at L&F x10 like to thank you for your

support of the communities around us. Through your generosity we can make

a bigger impact and touch more lives.

Thank you.




Orange County has the 3rd highest population in the state of California at
approx. 3,055, 745 residents*. *(Source: US Census Bureau Release Date: April 2012)

30.4% of Orange County Households are unable to meet their basic
needs, 90.9% of these households are working families.

1 in 8 Orange County residents face food insecurity, including 1 in 5 children

Enrollment in Food Stamp programs in Orange County increased 37% in 2010, demonstrantig

the need for affordable and nutrious foods.

391,380, or 13.1%, of Orange County residents face food insecurity.
Of those residents, about 41% are not qualified for SNAP or other governmental
nutrition program.

33.7% (211,000) of low‐income households in Orange County experience
hunger at least once a day.


Produce we can buy from “The Original Manassero Farms”

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1. Number one’s are considered what all of us will find in your Grocery   

    Markets which are usually pretty and formed to fit what we like.


2. Number two’s are not so pretty and they may not look so formed as we would

    like to see them but they are just as edible as the number one’s which is why we

    are able to buy them at such a low price from our Orange County Farmers


Strawberries–   (No.1’s)-$8 to $14 per 12lbs Flat

( No.2’s)-$3 to $5 per 12lbs Flat


Corn-   (No.1’s)-$14 Dollars for 40 Ears

(No.2’s)-$6 Dollars for 40 Ears


Cucumbers Organic-   (No.2’s)-$8 for 25lbs


Squash-   (No.1’s)-$10 for 25lbs

(No.2’s)-$5 for 25lbs


Cantaloupe-   ( 9 to 12 Count $14 Dollars)


Watermelons-  (6 Count $14 Dollars)


Green Beans-   (No.1′’)-$24 Dollars for 30 lbs)

( No.2’s)-$10 Dollars for 30 lbs)

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