As we all know, telling people they should be Christians is not enough. The best way to get the message about the Lord in to the public eye is by the way we live our lives. For many people that means just following the Ten Commandments and treating others as we know God would want us to. But I believe He wants us to go that little bit further, even if - possibly especially if - that means sacrificing something we are short of. For some people that will be money, for others it will be time. I class myself as a sinner and know I can never live up to the Lords expectations but I have to, and want to, keep trying to get closer to what he wants. I have no money but I am happy to give my time in His service. Twice a week I volunteer at a drop-in centre for homeless people in the town where I live. Ideally they want people to do one shift a week (so they need 20 volunteers over the course of a week) but for a town of around 50,000 people of which 5,000 attend church regularly, they can only find 12 people who are willing to give their time. I am not saying I cam any sort of saint or judging myself to be better than these, but surely more people could find it in their heart to help, or does putting a large donation in the collection plate on a Sunday morning leave them feeling like they have done their part?