Working in this atmosphere is profitable to everyone.
It is not a daily and profitable job, but instead spiritual and religious activities pertaining to the growth or advancement of the community. As a board member, you develop your work plan to integrate the system such a way that all staffers can work together harmoniously, whether your department be health, education, or community services. By serving you are served, by teaching you learn. For instance, in the health department, seminar, conference, health fair can be organized weekly, monthly, or yearly. All parties benefit from these enterprises. The management generally is so well that the co-volunteers express most of the time their satisfaction for being part of a church population. The hardest part of the job would be the indifference of those you serve. But, that is rare. The most enjoyable part is to reach the goal targeted, or execute the plan designed, and hear the congregation say thank you, may God bless you.