June 15, 2013
When we think of “faith in action,” it often translates to tackling issues of poverty, hunger, homelessness, war, and the environment. We donate goods and money, we serve meals, we take care of the planet, we pray, we vote. But the closer we come to one on one ministry, we may find ourselves shying away. It makes us vulnerable, nudges us out of our comfort zone. Yet this is the place we are called to be. Click on the title of this entry to learn more.