Seeing Faith in Action

I was at the doctor’s office the other day and I thought to myself that this is taking a long time. I looked across the aisle and noticed two ladies talking to each other. One lady said to the other, “I am so sorry for you missing work to take me to the doctor.” The other lady replied, “Oh that work will be there tomorrow. It’s not running off anywhere and no one else is there to do it, so it’s ok.” I had just witnessed someone taking off work to help a frail, elderly individual. My first thought was: I wonder if this lady that works, helping the other lady in need, believes she will be honored one day when she might be in need of help by someone helping her. That is what faith in action is all about. Neighbors helping neighbors, friends helping friends, family helping family, and finally, regular citizens volunteering.

We have a referral program at Mays Mission for the Handicapped called Faith in Action. Donations are vital for us to continue this program. We receive no government funds. If you would like information on Mays Mission’s Faith in Action program, please call 888-503-7955, or email info@maysmission.org, And please share your stories in the comments section.

God bless all volunteers! And thank you for supporting the disabled.

12 Comments on “Seeing Faith in Action

  1. Hi my friend! I want to say that this post is amazing and I would like to see more posts like this. Thank you for all you do for the disabled

  2. I am so grateful for your work helping the disabled. Really looking forward to read more. Really Great!

  3. I like it when individuals come together and help each other out. Great website for the disabled, keep it up!

  4. Good blog post. I definitely appreciate the folks at Mays Mission. Keep up the good work

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