Potluck project asks you to ‘bring a dish’

By September 29, 2011

International (MNN) — If you live in the United States, the chances that you've never been to a family potluck are pretty slim.

At a potluck, each person brings a separate dish of food to share with everyone else. One family brings a salad, one family a dessert, one a main dish item, and so forth. With each family bringing just one item that might not feed a family by itself, the result is a complete, nourishing, filling meal.

Worldwide Christian Schools believes that potlucks can apply to more than just green bean casseroles and brownies. The potluck concept also applies to ministry.

The WWCS "Potluck Project" is asking Christians, "What do you bring to the table?" Increasingly, WWCS views itself and its support base as a potluck opportunity. If everyone brings something, no one family needs to carry the burden of feeding everyone.

The Potluck Project is an opportunity for you and your family to get involved with Christ-centered education in impoverished areas by bringing just one thing to the proverbial table. Whether you want to be a part of building a classroom with your bare hands, supporting a school financially, sponsoring a student in need, or helping to train teachers worldwide, WWCS has an opportunity for you.

With people providing for each of these different needs individually, an entire school can be built and run in Christ's Name.

Worldwide Christian Schools provides quality education for students who otherwise would not have access to it, professional training for teachers who otherwise would not receive it, and outreach to communities that otherwise might not hear the message of the Gospel.

So what can you bring to the table to help in this Potluck of a ministry? Decide how you want to be involved by exploring wwcs.org.

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