Inspiring You To Help Others

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Inspiring You To Help Others

I belong to a special group at my church and every weekend we run a soup kitchen for people who are hungry or homeless in the area. I know that our work is appreciated because I can see it in the faces of the people who come to eat every weekend. Helping to feed adults and children who don't have any food is a way that our group can help the people in our community. Hello, my name is Christy Huber and I'm writing this blog to educate others about getting involved in their community to help others. If you can volunteer your time just one day a week, you can make a huge difference in many lives. I hope that my blog inspires you to lend a hand to the people around you who need a little help now and then.

Three Ways You Can Get Your Child Excited About Reading

Although reading might be one of your favorite activities, it's likely that your child won't view reading as fun and exciting. However, getting your child excited about reading can offer a number of benefits, including increased knowledge and a higher GPA. If your child isn't overly excited about reading, there are many ways you can boost their engagement level and get them eager to pick up a book.    Start With Book To Film Selections Read More 

Stone Gardens: Choosing Plant and Flower Symbols over Words on Headstones

It's rarely possible to sum up someone's life with only a few words. In that way, symbols are often able to express what words alone cannot. If you're struggling to find the right words to put on a grave marker, consider having specific plants or flowers engraved on the headstone instead. Since plants and flowers have their own symbolic language, their imagery may help express your sentiments in a simple, powerful way. Read More 

See, Judge, Act: The History Behind Popular And Effective Christian Youth Ministry Method

Many of today's Christian youth ministries use a method known as the "see, judge, act" approach to improve the lives of young believers while simultaneously increasing their faith. This method was first coined by Saint Thomas Aquinas, first used in a youth ministry by the Young Christian Workers, and now quite popular in youth groups across the globe. Who Was Saint Thomas Aquinas? Saint Thomas Aquinas was a 13th century philosopher and Catholic priest known today as one of the world's most brilliant and influential theologians. Read More