missionary (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – January 3, 2014
my typical day here would be wake up at 6:30 and exercise till 8 then I would study by myself for an hour, at 9 study with my companion,10 we would eat then leave the apartment and go on with our day that we have scheduled out the night before come home by 9-930 and plan out our next day lights out at 10:30. and the work we did was teaching people doing – more... service projects attend weekly meetings and attend conferences, and street contact people or go door to door. I have grown a lot from this experience got to meet and talk to a very wide range of people down in los Angeles and all with different backgrounds – less
This was a volunteer service opportunity offered through the Church I attend.
Volunteer (Former Employee), Saint George, UT – July 23, 2012
On a regular day we would contact numerous people and help them in their personal journey through life. Although there was not any pay the rewards were far greater than monetary as we made a lasting and enjoyable difference in people's lives.
administrator (Former Employee), Lagos, GU – May 27, 2013
working with a church is a very tasking and interesting experience. here you will meet different individual and group of people that has different perspective about life. so i actually bear this in mind and i had to treat every bodies challenges differently based on there paradigm about issues.i treated my co-workers with great respect and i also tried – more... to share with there personal challenges. there was a particular incident that i had to pay part of my co-workers house rent. The hardest part of the job is that there is no job specification;you resume at any time, close at any time and you don't really have time for your self and family. the most enjoyable part of the job is that it will make you a workaholic. – less
Volunteer (Former Employee), Mount Oliver, PA – March 19, 2013
Pros: helping people
I start work at 9:00 am until 3:00 pm very easy. I learned that life is not about yourself you can do more than enough to save other people than yourself. There was no hard part of the job i enjoyed the job very much but now its time to move on to something higher.
Teaching (Former Employee), Johannesburg Gauteng – February 26, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: full time or part time
By the grace of God, I am a deliverance minister. There was a Sunday service that God took control of the service and the presence of God was totally felt. In this I learn t that no matter what a minister does, God is the owner of His work. The management of the church was good but they have what we call hierarchical one. There we have assembly Pastor – more... and other evangelist working together. The hardest part of the job is that it consumes time because when you are doing deliverance it takes time because counseling is included. The most enjoyable part of the job is that, God is in control. – less