May I Ask You a Question?



If you were weekly given an extra hour to do whatever you desired, what would you do?
● Practice your golf swing?
● Go shopping?
● Nothing, just relax!
● Read a book by my favorite author or watch my favorite tv show!

Seriously Are You Aware of Volunteering and its Surprising Benefits
How Giving to Others Makes You Healthier and Happier


With busy lives, it can be hard to find time to volunteer. However, the benefits of
volunteering are enormous to you, your family, and your community. The right
match can help you to reduce stress, find friends, reach out to the community,
learn new skills, and even advance your career. Giving to others can also help
protect your mental and physical health. Learn more about the many benefits of
helping others and find tips on getting started.



Volunteering offers vital help to people in need, worthwhile causes, and the
community, but the benefits can be even greater for you, the volunteer.
Volunteering and helping others can help you reduce stress, combat depression,
keep you mentally stimulated, and provide a sense of purpose. While it’s true that
the more you volunteer, the more benefits you’ll experience, volunteering doesn’t
have to involve a long-term commitment or take a huge amount of time out of
your busy day. Giving in even simple ways can help others those in need and
improve your health and happiness.

According to HelpGuided.comThere are 4 personal benefits for volunteering
which will help make you healthier and happier. They are -
1. Volunteering connects you to others
2. Volunteering is good for your mind and body
3. Volunteering can advance your career
4. Volunteering brings fun and fulfillment to your life




In our particular ministry, as a follower of Jesus Christ, you will have the
opportunity to transform lives not only locally but also globally impacting our
world. What is even more amazing is that you can do this from the comfort of
your personal home computer serving no more than one hour weekly. Sound too good to be true, it isn’t and we need people who love the Lord, want to minister
to those in need and believe in the power of the Gospel and spirit-guided prayer.