Saturday, August 27, 2011

The Great Commission - Ways of spreading joy through charity


Some of us serve God and spread the Gospel through mission work or through our writing, door-to-door witnessing, church ministries, etc.  Perhaps we don't do as much as we feel we should because of other pressures, limited opportunities, and then our energy only goes so far.
To supplement your efforts in serving God, consider working from your home by writing letters/cheery cards or sending brochures/books to others in need of uplifting.  Share knowledge about the gift of eternal life through Jesus Christ. 
Or seek out volunteer work in your neighborhood among those longing for friendly attention and according to your own schedule.

Write to a prison inmate. See Washington profiles.

Oregon profiles                Idaho profiles                Virginia profiles          Other states 
           
Prison pen pals, "How WriteAPrisoner.com and You Change the World…"
Florida, Indiana, and Missouri do not allow WriteAPrisoner to work with inmates.  Write to the governors of those states, click here.

The Alliance is living the call together:  "When it comes to sharing the reason for our hope, faith, and joy, we reach more people when we work together. Our partnership in building Christ’s Church worldwide is getting the job done!"      On Facebook
Washington Department on Aging and Elder Services
Senior services state-to-state
Tips for visiting a nursing home




"Adopt a nursing home patient" program 


"The Foundation will help locate a facility in your area and enable you to become a community volunteer. To learn more about how local volunteers can get involved to help those in need, please contact Shari Rhoads, President and co-founder, Dorotha C. White Foundation at 1-800-789-4836 or srhoads@dcwhitefoundation.org."

Adopt a nursing home on Facebook
The Senior Source

Thanksgiving holiday/Florida"But for too many on the outer edge of life, Thanksgiving will be spent without family or friends. Assisted living facilities around the state are encouraging volunteers to spend some time with seniors this holiday weekend. If you’re interested in helping out call a nursing home near you or contact Florida’s Long-term care Ombudsman Program at 1-888-831-0404 or visit their website."   On Facebook.

Christmas for Seniors, Facebook

American Bible Society    Your prayers are needed.  "Orphaned boys and girls are hungry to know God and thirsty for hope...."   Share your story
Facebook


Operation Christmas Child   On Facebook
Visiting orphans  "Visiting Orphans is a mission sending agency that works to fulfill the biblical mandate given in James 1:27 of "visiting orphans" in their distress. We are currently leading trips to: China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Ghana, Honduras, Rwanda & Uganda."    Pray for Visiting Orphans.    Buy from their store.     

Facebook
Orphanages throughout the world.
North AmericaSt. Joseph Orphanage - Canada
Stephen Wiggins Home for Boys - Canada
Corazón de Vida - USA
Covenant Ranch - USA
Angel Guardian Orphanage AGO Hangout - USA
Angel Guardian Orphanage - USA
McClelland Children's Home (now School)- USA
Goodland Presbyterian Children's Home - USA
Buckner Children's Home - USA
St. Joseph's Village Rockleigh - USA
St. Joseph Orphanage - USA
Rose of Sharon Association - USA
Oxford Orphanage - USA
Florida Baptist Children's Homes - USA
High Plains Children's Home - USA
His House Children's Home - USA
Presbyterian Children's Homes and Services - USA
Orphan Foundation of America (OFA) - USA
Milton Hershey School - USA
Arkansas Baptist Children's Homes - USA
Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina - USA
Bellewood Presbyterian Homes for Children - USA
Bethel Bible Village Children's Home - USA
The Palmer Home for Children - USA
Unite The World (penpal service) - USA
Charleston Orphan House - USA (former orphanage)

Visiting the homebound
Visiting those in the hospital, the sick, homebound, and elderly
Visiting sick kids
Send get well cards to sick kids
Visiting the sick


How to write to our troops
Support our troops

1 comment:

Majid Ali said...

Please help me by reading my appeal on my profile.

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