Help Someone Else
And don’t forget to do good and to share with those in need (Heb. 13:16).
When you volunteer, it helps others—and it helps you too. According to research, volunteering decreases your risk of depression, reduces stress, gives you a sense of purpose, teaches valuable skills and strengthens relationships.
The Year 2020 and the Coronavirus Pandemic has given many opportunities to serve others—from immune compromised neighbors and friends needing help getting supplies to the opportunity to provide food and supplies to those who lost their jobs because of the pandemic.
Why is helping others so good for us?
- Serving the Community During Challenging Times (Adventist HealthCare)
- The Six Benefits of Volunteering (Mayo Clinic)
- Volunteering Can Save Your Life (Adventist Review)
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