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Letter: Our purpose is to serve others

As Christians it is our calling to help serve others, and in this article, she gives many examples to fulfill that calling.

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To the Editor:

As the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons are beginning, it is heartening to hear our government leaders talk about “A little goes a long way during this season.”

In Kristi Noem’s article in the Mitchell Republic, she writes about how much “our purpose is to serve others” not only serving meals but going out and giving our time to local organizations to help lift people out of their struggles during these holiday seasons.

As Christians it is our calling to help serve others, and in this article, she gives many examples to fulfill that calling. For example, she talks about how giving your time, even when you are very busy with your own everyday life, gives you a great feeling by making someone else’s day better.

Another thing she talks about that I agree with is how giving your time will make South Dakota a better place and perhaps it would be the Christian thing to give a little more of our time during these holiday season to the people and organizations that need help.

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Harlee Heim

Wessington Springs

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