Serving others

I just wanted to make a short post about the disabled ministry. I know I talk them about them a lot but they have become an important part of my life and volunteering in this group has been a life changing experience for me. When I feeling down and worthless; I think of the fact that I making a difference in this world; simply by being kind and giving my time and heart to this group. I also am happy to meet fellow Christians who have Jesus in their lives who are kind and understanding and most importantly they don’t seem judgmental; they have welcomed with open arms when I felt so unwelcome in many other places.

Today my stomach was bothering me and I was volunteering but I decided to go home but I did help set up for this lunch that we serve for the community. While I was helping with the lunch; one of the young adults walked up to me and handed me a piece of paper and said “I colored this for you”.  It was a very sweet gesture and I was touched that she gave me that; it means that I am having an impact on them; that I mean something to the group. It may seem small to someone else but to me it’s a big deal to me. I mean, only do I impact them but they impact me as well. I feel God is giving me a purpose and I am grateful and blessed every time I am around them. The world is a cold place and not everyone is nice but I always feel needed when I am the ministry; that is important to me.  That’s all I have to say. I will end by saying the only way to help ourselves to help others. Find a way in your community to serve others and you’ll see how much your life will change for the better. Take care, friends




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17 thoughts on “Serving others

  1. I feel blessed when I connect with people like you 😇
    All my Life I’ve learnt just keep doing good to others without any greed and without expecting anything in return 🙌

    Be a Giver.
    Life becomes lighter to live ❤


  2. Have you read Henry Nouwen’s writings about living in L’Arche? I just read you for the first time and don’t know if you have written about his earlier in your blog.


      1. Nouwen was a Christian theologian who taught at Harvard and left to live at L”Arche, a community in Toronto for the mentally disabled. Very moving.


  3. I appreciate your thoughtful mind. Only few people have the calling to serve others. I was raised in a Christian family. I didn’t realize how important faith was until I faced depression and anxiety few years ago. I still go through it some day’s, but I feel a lot better reading the word of the God every morning I wake up. What made feel even better when I decided to set a better purpose in life. I started making small changes in myself like fixing my attitude, having more gratitude towards family and friends. Mostly, it was helping out community of local immigrants and refugees.


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