Welcome to our LV Shared Blog, a space to capture the thoughts and experiences of the 2012-2013 Lasallian Volunteers—42 voices strong with a lot to say. Each of their posts will reflect on different aspects of their journey through a year of faith, service, and community as they serve those in need throughout the United States. Each week, you will hear from a different LV who will be sharing a little about their service year. May their stories inspire you to make an impact as they remember, reflect and write.
“A friendly look, a kindly smile, one good act, and life’s worthwhile.” -Author Unknown This service year, as a Lasallian Volunteer, I have had to provide structure and exhibit integrity. As with every LV at each of our sites, I’ve … Continue reading
My year is complete. My bags are packed and flight ticket has been purchased. As I sit to reflect on this year I cannot even begin to imagine what will come next for me. A few weeks ago at our … Continue reading
At San Miguel School Tulsa, where I teach middle school science, the classes are separated by gender. One day, while teaching photosynthesis to my seventh grade boys, one of my students shouted out in class “hey mister, will you teach … Continue reading
“Stir up your trust in the Lord’s infinite goodness, and honor God by leaving in the divine hands the care of your persons. Be not troubled about the present or disquieted about the future, but be concerned only about the … Continue reading