Keywords:ajl andrew lakerAZALIA -- A man loaded a donated washer and, and Wint is a passionate Christian who will take such answers wh, Wint needs a lot more prayers answered these days for the client, nonprofit, Lutheran-based Orphan Grain Train ministry he has operated in so, 'We can't give away what we don't have, '" Wint said.And Wint and his team of helpers have no beds a, the need and the supply just do not match, " he said.So Wint, 79, is asking others to give if they can. Beds. Washers and dryers., " he said.The outreach has plenty of clothes. It just donate, furniture, books, medical equipment, electronics and more Ñ to needy people worldwide. It was born, picking up carloads of grain that eventually would be shipped to, who was familiar with the national organization through his home, St. PeterÕs Lutheran, said he launched the local outlet when he felt God nudging him t, filled with boxes of everything from clothes to umbrellas to cru, once served as a home for his pigs. But now he is whole-hog into, which happened a few years ago).Local social service staffer, according to Carrie Kruse. She's director of residential service, our staff and clients would exhaust a great amount of energy att, " Kruse said.Elizabeth Kestler, executive director of Bartholomew County's Love Chapel food pant, has used Orphan Grain Trains Kids Against Hunger food packets to, Orphan Grain Train recently supplied the pantry with four tons o, " Kestler said.