SageWorkers are involved in leading and serving in numerous ministry ventures. This page highlights opportunities for you to join them by matching your gifts and interests with needs in these Kingdom endeavors.
If you are involved in a ministry that has open positions or an upcoming event that needs volunteers, contact Donna at SageWorks to submit a request to be included in the listing.
Garden on Hope (SpringFest)
Our spring service opportunity connected with the Spring in the City Project. SageWorks worked with Garden of Hope on March 23 and April 6. Fellowship’s Garden of Hope is located at Two Rivers Park, down by the Arkansas River. For a number of years, the volunteer team (led by Norm Blasingame and Bill Goodrich) have prepared and planted the garden and used the produce to minister in the Mid-town area as well as connect with the elderly here in West Little Rock. In teaming with the Garden of Hope, SageWorkers multiplied blessings throughout Little Rock.
RWANDAN 4TH QUARTER CHALLENGE
You can be a part of the most exciting, ambitious, and potentially, most impactful overseas mission project ever conducted by Christians in central Arkansas. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Operation New Life
Operation New Life, a Christian medical, surgical and teaching ministry partnering with Honduran surgical and dental teams, is forming a trip to Hospital Escuela (1800 bed teaching hospital) with an orthopedic surgery teaching focus. There is a GREAT need for nurses and those with operating room experience. Also needed are prayer partners and those willing to serve in a non-medical capacity. For more information, visit www.operation-new-life.org.
Shepherd's Hope is a Christian medical, dental and health education ministry currently serving the South Midtown area of Little Rock. Three main priorities help Shepherd's Hope serve the community. First, they provide affordable routine healthcare and acute dental care to uninsured neighborhood residents who may otherwise not have access to quality care. Second, they learn about the life needs of those in our neighborhoods and, along with their partners, provide education or coaching to better equip individuals and families. And finally, they share the love and hope of Jesus Christ without bias to faith preference or affiliation. Learn more at Shepherd's Hope online. To help with meals for the volunteers, contact Pam Ferguson at 224-7171.
The CALL (Children of Arkansas Love for a Lifetime)
The CALL is working to find foster and adoptive parents for Arkansas children. Mary Carol Pederson, Executive Director of CALL says, "It's a great need. It's a crisis need especially in Pulaski County. There are 1100 children that come into foster care in a year. And there are only 262 families to care for those children." Learn more at The CALL.
"Marketplace Connection is about making life an everyday ministry. It's about motivating my feeble faith into forward footsteps, morphing my workplace into a mission field and making my life meaningful." Wendy (Insurance Industry)
Marketplace Connection is a non-profit ministry that:
- Helps women in the workplace move toward a vital relationship with Christ.
- Trains Christian women to share their faith with co-workers and become multiplying disciples.
To achieve our purpose, we organize:
- Mid-day Connection: monthly meetings designed to draw women in with their felt needs and help Christian women bring co-workers.
- Small group Bible studies: offered in various places around the city to help grow Christian women.
- Follow-up and one-to-one discipleship/mentoring for women who desire to grow deeper in their faith.
How you can help:
- Be trained to share Christ with co-workers.
- Lead a Bible study at work.
- Follow up with women who desire to grow in their faith
- Help with light bookkeeping.
- Communicate via social media.
- Prayer team
- Financial support is essential to this ministry.
For more information, contact Merry Boehi at 221-9638 or email@example.com