At the end of a challenging, if not productive work week, it is easy to feel good as the office closes for the weekend. Employees are filing out, wishing each other a good weekend and heading out to what they have planned. Last weekend Wendy and I were out on the road so it will be nice to be home this weekend.
There is a definite tide working in an office setting that is different to being “out on the front lines”. Those of us at DHQ dwell in two worlds – during the week we have administrative duties that support the people we visit on weekends. There is a great joy in rubbing shoulders with those whose responsibilities are more directly linked to hands on ministry.
- Helping people gain employement $725,000
Now multiply that by the number of churches in your neighbourhood…the number of Salvation Army Centres that do even more…supporting that kind of work is deeply satisfying. I thank God every day for His calling on my life.
“And Jesus went about doing good.”