Initial Expectations and Alterations in the Viewpoints My initial expectations from the role in service site were highly influenced by the example of various social leaders. When joining Christian Services, I also expected a certain degree of spiritual satisfaction when serving the community with the sole motive of social welfare, apart from economic value obtainment. I also expected the job to be less challenging than the other tasks related with community welfare through non-profit firms. However, once I started working in Christian Services, I realized that even though the task comprised unambiguous responsibilities and a determined work process, the role presented significant challenges in terms of a varied range of the data obtained through the questionnaires used. ...
Prior to my joining in the group, I also presumed that owing to governmental policies and the increased accessibility to resources, communities today have become quite competent to attain the demanded growth. However, after joining the group, I found that non-profit concerns and social groups, such as Christian Services play a significant role working as intermediaries to serve with adequate resources to the community. Correspondingly, my expectations have also altered by a significant extent after identifying the fact which has positively influenced the way I valued my service role in the group. One person who played a vital role in redefining my perceptions and expectations from the service role was my senior and also my mentor in the initial phase of my experiences in Christian Services. He not only made me realize the criticality of my job role but also conveyed me the actual aim and objective of the community. It has been through the influence of this information that my expectations have altered in relation to the service site being concerned towards a greater degree of efficiency in relation to the service deliverance of community welfare rather than focusing upon personal benefits. Benefits of Christian Work One of the major benefits of Christian work, which I have been able to identify during my course of service, is the opportunity that is offered by the group to its volunteers in offering the community with valuable assistance to grow. To be specific, the group offers with ample scope to serve the community with greater participation in identifying the growth needs and the obstacles witnessed by the common public. Hence, by being associated with the group, I realized myself to be quite benefitted with greater
Christian Service Paper Table of Contents Thesis Statement 3 Role at the Service Site 3 Initial Expectations and Alterations in the Viewpoints 3 Benefits of Christian Work 5 Surprises in the Christian Service Involvement 5 Change in the Understanding of the Community 6 Continuing Involvement 6 Raise Awareness about the Group 7 Most Difficult or Satisfying Aspects of My Work 7 Successes of the Project 8 Reflecting Values through Community Work 8 Uncomfortable Feelings 9 The Prayer 9 Work Cited 10 Thesis Statement This paper aims at providing a personal account of my experiences after participating in the Christian Services community from an in-depth perspective, taking various factors into con…
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In this essay, I will comment by writing: 1) what elements of Christian ministry are highlighted in the chosen readings of Luke 4:16-21 and James 2:14-17; 2) how I can comment on today’s society from the perspective of Luke 16:19-25 and take an actionable response; 3) how my service relates to the elements of ministry in these passages—giving specific examples of people I’ve met and experiences I’ve had in serving them; and 4) a prayer which I created which reflects what I’ve learned and what graces I’ve received in Christian Service.
As a result, many of the children were hungry for attention and really enjoyed having me around. The Children’s Welfare Institute plays a huge roll in the social and emotional development of the children that come here. Some of them attend with their brothers and sisters.
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