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5 Things to Understand About Philanthropy

Today I have challenged you to stop being an “almost-volunteer.”  The intent of helping does not replace the action of helping and I believe giving of yourself is critical to finding fulfillment in life.   54 more words


Helping Others with Wigs for Kids

My plan all along was to grow my hair as I lost weight and to donate it when I hit my goal weight. Well, it was driving me crazy and down to my butt, because I have taken my sweet time losing weight, and so I just did it. 100 more words

Think Happy Thoughts

dray0308 reblogged this on Dream Big, Dream Often and commented:

This is another great way to give of yourself. Check it out.

How Helping Others Helps You: 6 Ways to Fill Your Heart

Today’s topic is how to stop being an “almost-volunteer.”  It is very easy to find ways to volunteer in your community.  As a matter of fact, you can start in your own neighborhood by picking up trash or walking an elderly person’s dog or helping carry in groceries for a friend. 34 more words


Labor Day Weekend Sunday 2015

Special Worship and Sunday School Times for Sunday, September 6, on Labor Day Weekend

Also, remember our Fellowship Pot-Luck after worship this Sunday.

See reflections on Labor Day after these notes about the time changes. 695 more words


I give... because it feeds my soul

“You give but little when you give of your possessions.  It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.”
The Prophet – Kahlil Gibran… 863 more words

Core Values

dray0308 reblogged this on Dream Big, Dream Often and commented:

This is one of my favorite posts I have read about giving. There is no greater giving than giving your time and energy!

I'm Done with Being Done

I’m Done!

It’s a statement used more and more often these days when relaying a story that involves frustration or anger, indicating that a person is ready to walk away. 451 more words


Man's Best Friend

A lady once heard that if a dog owner pretends to be hurt, a dog with a bad temper may try to bite the owner. But a good dog will show concern and may lick the fallen owner’s face. 100 more words

Christian Living