If you want to be like Jesus, be a servant with a good heart. He said, "I came to serve, not to be served." - Matthew 20:28.
Willing to serve, regardless of area, time, or conditions without recognition from other people. Stephen, a man full of faith and the Holy Spirit (Acts 6:5), was chosen to care for widows. This man worked for God and without complaint and affirmation.
Giving and serving without expecting a reward. Paul pointed out to people “the more I love you, the less I’m loved by you (2 Corinthians 12:15).” Loving people unconditionally, serving without expectation – not even love or appreciation.
Without boasting and selfish pride, serve the Lord. It won’t even enter his mind that he did such good deeds! In other words, his “left hand will not know what his right hand is doing” (Matthew 6:3). His attitude will be, “I’m just doing my job.”
Filled with pure joy serving the Lord, they never complain about the task. Servants realize that what they do for others, is for their Lord (Mat 25:40). It is a privilege and honor to serve the Lord, “Rejoice in the Lord always (Philippians 4:4).”
Serve without resentment, forgive all those who have taken advantage and hurt you. "But I say to you who hear, Love your enemies, Do good to those who hate you, Bless those who curse you and Pray for those who abuse you (Luke 6:27-28)."
To all individuals, groups and churches, we are asking if you are interested in serving or training how to serve in this ministry choose any of interest. We would be pleased to answer any questions.
For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many. - Mark 10:45