Many Ways to Serve

February 2011
Guideposts;Feb2011, Vol. 65 Issue 12, p66
The article offers author's experiences at various works that she performed at a women's group during her voluntary service with a church. Her first job was to deliver a prayer which she did with great apprehension. She recalls that her next duty included taking notes and minutes which she's afraid that she did not do well. However, on her next duty in kitchen she prepared an orange gelatin salad which everyone admired. She believed that there was God's hand in everything she did.


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