Reflecting on Romans 12, we are reminded that serving others isn’t just a “good deed” or something to scratch off our good Samaritan to-do list; it’s our spiritual act of worship. When we sacrifice - our plans, our days off, our comfort - to serve others, we glorify God and offer him our sincerest worship. I encourage you to pray about this verse and share it with others. Where could the Lord be calling you to serve? How would our lives look different if we began seeing sacrifice and service as a joyful act of worship instead of just a task?
In light of this busy month, we ask that you would pray for us to get more volunteers to sign up across the board. We have an immediate need for volunteers to help out at almost every event we hold throughout the week. Our biggest volunteer need is for people to help out with our Food Recovery Event on Saturday. This event is a lot like the Food Network show “CHOPPED” but without the pressure, bright lights, and ridiculous emotional breakdowns. We often have groups from UT or churches help us out and it’s always a lot of fun! I'm in charge of the event every week and need help. Grab a friend and sign up!