Servolution 2010 begins this weekend Ten days of radically serving the local community

Allison B. Hudson

What is it?

Servolution is a culture that inspires to change a person’s life through simple acts of kindness for the glory of God.

“It’s a church revolution through serving,” said Matt Bourgeois.

The goals of Servolution

Our goal as Christians is to become more like Christ every day. We've got to get out in our communities and show people that we care and that there's a God who wants to heal them. Words can't always fix our pain. People may know that God loves them, but maybe they haven't ever experienced God's love for them in a practical way. We can be a testimony to others of what God can do in their life! When people see our genuine love for each other and others, they can't help but be drawn to it. A kind word goes a long way. You never know what someone may be going through. Handing them that bottle of water or a hot meal may be just what they need for God to soften their hearts and open their minds to hear about the truth.

Servolution is about serving together.

Your help is needed

Beginning Friday, March 26, volunteers are needed to prepare breakfast and distribute to area schools at 7 a.m. Volunteers are to meet at the Dream Center located at

Saturday, March 27- Volunteers are to meet at 9 a.m. at the Dream Center for the water give-away.

Sunday, March 28- volunteers meet at the Dream Center at 1 p.m. for weeding flowerbeds and ground maintenance at the elderly apartment complex and visit nursing homes.

Monday, March 29- Personal day of servolution. Do something for yourself.

Tuesday- March 30- Volunteers are needed at 7 a.m. at the Dream Center to provide lunch to city workers, government officials, hospital workers, fire fighters, police officers, and others.

Wednesday, March 31- Volunteers are needed at 5 p.m. for “Dinner on the Grounds.” Fellowship with dinner.

Thursday, April 1- Volunteers are needed at 4 p.m. at the Dream Center to wash building windows along Railroad Ave. and clean Louisiana Square Park and courthouse grounds.

“This is something for the community, and its not hard and its fun,” says Derek Smith. “This is bigger than Healing Place, churches everywhere are taking part in this endeavor.”

For more information or to become involved call 225-268-8760 or visit