Is there a connection between the social ills of society and the ministry of the one, or a group? Yes.
God created us to experience the divine presence in the spirit of giving. “Whatever you do for the least of these, you do it for me” and if we do our best, God will do the rest.
It is ingrained in the heart of God’s children to give and help others.
The weight or measure of compassion does not depend upon how good a person is. It is in the act itself, of helping another where such caring shines forth.
Can social ministry be balanced? Yes.
One of the greatest lessons I have learned, being involved with ministry is that you cannot meet every need that falls on your door step.
Acceptance is respecting that each being has her/his personal journey in life and all the experiences that go with it.
Divinity of Ministry means doing the best you can with what resources or tools you have, and believe that God is in the midst of all life’s happenings.