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At our church, each member is asked to serve one hour a week in the community. One hour is a small enough commitment that most people can accomplish it, but it really becomes powerful when multiplied across a congregation. The impact is tremendous.

My church has 575 members. If each one gives one hour of service each week, our church is pouring 575 hours into the community. That’s the equivalent of 14 full time staff people, serving our local area, every week! The smallest of churches could give the equivalent of a full time staff member to their community through service hours.

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"Yet simultaneously, an undeniable fatigue dogs me, washes over me, nips at my heels, impedes the energy I might muster for the very things that so delight me. The daily life challenges I experience – total dependency on others for the simplest of tasks, the continuing breakdown of basic physical functions such as swallowing and breathing and the like – exhaust me into sweet anticipation of the relief that will come with my death. Death has become a good friend, a harbinger of the final joy awaiting me, assisting me to shed the ALS revealed imperfections of my physical body. The spiritual conflict is clear – I am utterly in love with this ever deepening experience of living while at the exact same time I happily anticipate the relief death will bring."

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