Monday, September 15, 2008

Something Can Be Done About It

The Volunteer Minister's slogan is "Something can be done about it!"

No matter what a person is having trouble with, there is always something that can be done to ease the burden and improve conditions.

There is a wealth of technology available and the VMs are busy getting it to those in need.

Here are VMs in action.

There is a lot of free literature available and VMs at the tent made sure that anyone who was looking for answers found something that could help them.

There are also booklets available with specific areas of technology such as how to study, how to resolve conflicts, how to help children, answers to drugs, solutions for a dangerous environment and many more.

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Assists Popular!

Of course, as we all know, assists are very popular with everyone visiting the tent.

Lots of people visited the tent in Parkville and got assists; in fact, it was probably the most popular service delivered there.

Some were merely sore from a long day of walking around the fair, some had more chronic problems and were quite thankful for the relief an assist gives.

But all found assist technology helpful and reached for more answers.

A large number of Volunteer Ministers worked shifts throughout the entire weekend so that everyone who visited got some sort of help.

One thing is certain, everyone who visited the tent now knows assist technology works and they'll be remembering the fair for more reasons than just the food and rides!

Friday, September 5, 2008

VM Parade

It's been a busy past few weeks with all the VM activities but I have some pictures to show what we've been up to.

After getting everyone grooved into what we would be doing in the next few weeks, we helped kick off the Parkville fair by marching in the opening day parade.

Here are some shots of the VM vehicles and VMs in the parade.

And heading right on into town.....

And letting everyone know what we are all about on the way.....

I'll be putting up more photos as I get a chance so you can see all the activities of the last few weeks. This is really just the beginning of a few weeks of activity on the Volunteer Minister front.
I'll let you see more pictures and also hear some of the stories of lives that were changed over the past few weeks.