I guess you could say that I am trying to use my ordination for the common good. I try to help friends and family in times of need and I also lead some local organizations that I am a part and leader of in prayer at meetings, events, and gatherings. I would have to say that I like helping people and being ordained helps me to accomplish this. I also am thinking of going to nursing homes in the near future to visit with the residents and help cheer them up, and possibly assist them in prayer or other religious duties that they they may ask me to preform.
JacobL replied to murphzlaw1's topic in * Welcome - ULC Minister's Introduction Junction *One of the main reasons that I became ordained through the ULC is that I wanted to make a difference in my community and be able to provide assistance to family and friends in both good and bad times in life. I am a member and officer in some local organizations and I have been asked many a time to lead them in prayer throughout various meetings and events, being ordained seems to give me more confidence in doing this. I am also in a point in my life where I am trying to find myself in both spiritual and everyday aspects and becoming ordained seemed to help me find myself. I have found the ULC