Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those afflicted with tzara'at (skin disease), expel demons. You have received without paying, so give without asking payment.—Matthew 10:8 (CJB)


Africa Impact Mission 2015
by Evangelist King

Giving to others is a way of showing concern and care, with humbleness of heart willing to bear. Being interested enough to ask if things are fine, showing love to all mankind. The attitude of a child is that of having no doubts or fears, remembering the good with the bad, enduring for years. Every child, whether young or old, needs love, to love and with it be bold. Serving others with mercy and grace, being indifferent to the color of another ones face. Tolerance and obedience should always be taught, parents guide your children so they can avoid being caught. Being frugal does not mean that you are cheap; remind yourself that some have no home, only the ground as a place to sleep. Showing true emotions is not a sign of being weak, be as a child, show empathy when you speak. Give thanks for the little things in life, and remember those who, it seems, live in continuous strife.

—Written by Roger D. King © 1995

What Is MiteWorks

The word mite means "an insignificant amount, part or piece". There was once a widow woman who gave all she had, which were two mites. One day, Jesus Christ, was looking at the people putting their tithes into the offering container. He then noticed this widow. He told His disciples that she had given the most. They could not understand because she had only put in a little amount. The Lord told them that she had given the most. Supposed this widow had paid more attention to what others were putting in and compared herself to them. If she had done this, she would have become discouraged and kept her two mites. But instead, she did not do that. She gave what she had. No matter how insignificant it may have looked to others. The Lord was very pleased with her. This is why she is still remembered today. MiteWorks encourages people to be thankful of the little things in life and to be obedient to the Lord when He instructs us to do something, no matter how small or great. Shalom †