Just 52 Hours to a Better Life

Fifty-two hours is not that much time to most people. If you think about it, it comes down to two full days and four hours. What might happen if you could take one hour of your week, each week for a year?

You may be wondering what you can get back from a fifty-two-hour commitment. Here is what I have gotten from mine.

  • I have about thirty new friends to check in with each week.
  • I laugh a little more.
  • My faith makes more sense.
  • I have a higher purpose than before.
  • I have another network of support and accountability.
  • I make a difference.

Fifty-Two Hours – Could you make that commitment? Would you dare to try it?

[Note from Hugh: Chad is referring to the hour a week he spends with us in Moore Square, where he passes out boots and shoes to folks who need them.]

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Hugh Hollowell

Author: Hugh Hollowell

Hugh is a Mennonite minister and the founding director of Love Wins. He likes peanut M&Ms.