Here's a story I like about a carpenter in Hawaii who sees a homeless guy.
Utu Langi had led a tough life. He'd run the streets, stayed in trouble, sold drugs, and spent time in prison. Langi was trying to get his life back in order, and was working as a carpenter. He sees the homeless guy as he's driving home from work, and pulls an old blanket off his tools after he asks himself, "Should I do the Jesus thing?" The encounter changed Langi's life. For the full story see http://www.umportal.org/article.asp?id=4663
What needs do you see in your part of the world each week?
Has something gotten your attention and you asked "Should I do the Jesus thing?"
How can God meet the needs of your community through the skills, background, and abilities you have?