Studied Political Science at Duquesne University.
Highest Honors Graduate in Fitness and Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute.
Her passion is fitness and nutrition.
She is obsessed with educating herself about the subject of hygge.
Published May 15th 2020
In the book titled 12 Ways to Be a Blessing to Your Church by Kate McVeigh, why sure, there is a lot of talk in this book about prayer and praying. However, I wanted to get to the nitty and gritty about blessings, as in gift-giving! I do not know about you, but when I have a gift for a person, I am so wanting the person to like the gift. I want to give the present right away. I also only give gifts that I would want. However, what if the person wanting to bless does not have enough money?
You may need to do a little investigating. Through a little investigation, for example, I have found out my priest's birthday, ordination anniversary, his favorite restaurant, his hobbies and his favorite treat. Blessings, in general, may be a note saying you are going to pray for him, offering to clean his house and/or church.
Look for ways in which help is most needed in your church. Make a list of your commitments and how you can stick to them, so as not to leave any spoilers, believe me, by the end of this book, you are going to be blessed with preparations to bless!.
The book concludes with a discussion to look for a church with a vision you can relate to. For example, I may be a confirmed Roman Catholic, but I still have a liking of Joyce Meyer Ministries. When I attend book sales and yard sales, I always buy her books as I can relate to her. As Joyce Meyer always says, if you are not feeling good, do something good for someone else and you are going to feel better. Believe me, it works! A blessing to yourself and to someone else.