There are many people in this world who go without food. When so much of our food goes to waste, consider how good stewardship practices of your own food habits can benefit others who do not have those same resources.
Many of our brothers and sisters in Christ do not have access to clean water and suffer from the lack of this basic necessity. Support the efforts of those working towards greater accessibility of this essential resource.
"The crowds asked John the Baptist, 'What should we do?' He said to them in reply,
'Whoever has two cloaks should share with the person who has none'"
(Luke 3: 10-11).
There are many circumstances that could lead to someone becoming a person without a home. Christ encourages us to go out and meet those without homes, affirming their worth and helping them seek a resolution to the challenges they face.
Those who are sick are often forgotten or avoided. In spite of their illness, these individuals still have much to offer to those who take the time to visit and comfort them.
People in prison are still people, made in the image and likeness of God. No matter what someone has done, they deserve the opportunity to hear the Word of God and discover the Truth of the message of Christ.
Funerals give us the opportunity to grieve and show others support during difficult times. Through our prayers and actions during these times we show our respect for life, which is always a gift from God, and comfort to those who mourn.