Then He said to His disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field” – Matthew 9:37–38
Every church is only as strong as its volunteers. That is why St. Luke’s is such a wonderful family of faith. Volunteers in areas such as hospitality, missions, discipleship, help to make our church a wonderful place for people to share God’s love and bring hope to the world.
If you have not taken time to serve in an area of the church, make this the week that you show up early to see what help is needed. Or stay late on Sunday and ask what can be done. Send a message to a pastor asking how you can find new ways to serve.
The work to be done in the world is not done yet. It starts with helping your church make a difference in your city. It continues and grows when you find another person to come help you with the task you are given.
Please, take time to dig a little deeper into our church and community. If you already are, then find another to come join you. The harvest we can reap together will be far greater.
-Logan Fish, Edmond Campus Director of Hospitality