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Gerald Villar wrote:

Hi guys,

  • How can I join to give service to God?

I am interested in ministry service but don't know where can I join.

Gerald

  { What can I do if I am interested in ministry service to God but am not sure where to join? }

Mike replied:

Hi Gerald,

Thanks for the question.

If you are a Catholic, just stop by your local parish (where you go to Sunday Mass) and share your time, treasures ($$$), talents, and [interests/charism] with the pastor.

If you are a non-Catholic Christian, there should be a congregation nearby where you can share the same three T's, along with your interests and charism with a Protestant minister.

Even if you are in a location where there is no immediate access to either a priest or minister, initiate a daily routine of prayer.

Reading the Holy Scriptures or praying the Rosary is a great way to start the day and will help the Body of Christ immensely. Though, many times, we don't see visible results, prayer can move mountains and strengthen Christendom a lot.

Hope this helps,

Mike

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