Whether you served in the military yourself or it's your parent, spouse, or sibling, everyone involved understands the sacrifice a military family makes. It is no surprise then to learn that veterans’ family members tend to make diligent workers serving the Kingdom of God. I recently sat down with some of our staff that has loved ones in the military, and I asked them how living in a military household compares to working at My Well Ministry.
"The first thing that comes to mind is teamwork. Every member of my husband’s unit has a specific job to help achieve the unit’s goals. At My Well, we collaborate and work together so that we can see more money stay in ministry." –Claudia Goff, Ministry Support Specialist.
“Adaptability! If there is one thing that stays the same, it's that nothing stays the same. From small feature updates to learning a whole new product, there is always something new to keep us on our toes.” –Jonie Brewer, Ministry Support Specialist.
“The military is all about serving our country. They go and do whatever is necessary to protect and defend America. At My Well Ministry, I have seen that same level of commitment from our staff. They are willing to sacrifice personal advancement and more lucrative jobs to serve churches and ministries.” –Carolyn Irwin, Ministry Director.
“The U.S. Military is comprised of people that span several demographics and cultures. However, these differences don't stop them from completing the overall mission. My Well reminds me of this because it serves churches and Christian organizations of all cultures and sizes. Although every church looks different, the mission is still the same.” –Marlon Ausby, Technology Consultant.
At My Well Ministry, we’re proud to have a workforce that is full of military families. This Veterans Day, we honor all those who have served and continue to serve our country. If you share our values, please show your support for veterans and their families by sharing this post.