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Musings About MHR Canada: Excerpt #11

Written by on September 3, 2021

Believe it or not, it’s amazing what you can find on the Mars Hill Network website. A careful look up in the top left corner, beside the radio logo, there are three horizontal white lines in a blue box.

When you click on that icon (that’s what it is – I think, but I’ve been wrong before!), it opens up a box with a bunch of headings.

To the right of the wording, there is an upside-down chevron, (i.e. one of these things: “۷”). When you left click on the chevron to the right of the word “PARTNERS”, the symbol turns up-side down (isn’t that clever?) and new words appear on the left of the right-side-up chevron (or are those chevrons pointed the other way around? Oh, who cares? … please just click on it!) Then you’ll see some wording at the bottom of the light blue box that say, “BECOME A VOLUNTEER”.

Keep going – the mystery gets suspenseful doesn’t it? – but go ahead and left click on those engaging words. Wow, a whole new page opens up and tells you that anyone can be a volunteer for a bunch of things if you’re over 16 (and, I would surmise, preferably under 116 eh?).

Will you be one? No, not one over 116, but a volunteer!

It doesn’t work the same way at MHRCanada. Our website doesn’t have a place for anyone to apply to become a volunteer. If someone in Canada feels like they are being honestly called by the Lord to volunteer for a position on the Canadian board, or even to become a dutiful helper as a treasurer with computer skills, please, after serious prayer and consideration, feel free to email me at We’re ALL volunteers here! We are pretty good at what we do but not being paid staff, we’re good for nothing! Thankfully, there is a reward waiting in Heaven.

Oh yes… since we’re all volunteers here, you may be assured that pretty well every dollar given to MHRCanada to support the Network goes toward that ministry. Thank YOU for giving!

Submitted by Hank Blok
Secretary-treasurer, Mars Hill Radio Canada

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