Somehow, you’ve already heard that believers are saved to serve. Have you also heard about volunteering to serve? As a follower of Christ, you would be happy to hear more about serving in the church and your community. ReadersMagnet is honored to feature a faithful servant at the Book Confab in San Francisco this year.
Jamie Pulos-Fry, author of the book “Servants Heart: From the Voice of a Volunteer,” will join the ReadersMagnet Book Confab in San Francisco from April 28 to 30, 2023. The Book Confab is a gathering of book enthusiasts. It’s the second installment after its successful launching in Tribeca last year. As a ReadersMagnet original creation, the event will surely give a wider audience for an author resounding the voice of a volunteer.
Jamie Pulos-Fry: A Faithful Servant’s Heart
A faithful member of Lancaster Baptist Church in California, Jamie Pulos-Fry likes to serve and volunteer in various areas of the church. As a faithful servant, she has served at the coffee shop and bookstore for West Coast Baptist College. Aside from singing in the choir at the church, she was also a captain of a ladies’ bus for five years.
“All Christians,” wrote Pulos-Fry in a blog post, “wherever they may come from and whatever church they find themselves in, are servants—servants to the poor, servants to their fellows, and servants to God.” She further added that Christians are obliged to create healthy and positive relationships with everyone around them. And yes, this means including the non-believer, the homeless, the villain, the pariah, etc.
Servants Heart: From the Voice of a Volunteer
In an interview with ReadersMagnet last year, author Jamie Pulos-Fry asserted that she found a lot of things to be addressed concerning the idea of volunteering and serving in the community. With that, she wrote “Servants Heart: From the Voice of a Volunteer” because she couldn’t find a book dealing with the subject matter.
In the same interview, Pulos-Fry noted that there are many reasons why you would like to be a volunteer, such as :
- Being able to draw closer to God.
- Knowing you’re making a difference in other people’s lives.
- Setting a good example for children.
- Growing personally.
It is important to take note that the author wants Christians to volunteer from the heart, not for a resume or career experience.
ReadersMagnet Book Confab San Francisco
The Book Confab in San Francisco is one of the most awaited events at ReadersMagnet. Due to the demands of authors who attended the Book Confab in the Empire State in the last quarter of 2022, we will again open doors of opportunities this April but in the Golden State this time.
Together with other featured indie authors, Jamie Pulos-Fry is more than glad to join this one-of-a-kind event. The same with ReadersMagnet, a finalist of the BBB Torch Awards for Ethics 2022 in San Diego, Pulos-Fry is also from California. Like the Book Confab in Tribeca, the gathering of book lovers in San Francisco will also be a place for book displays, book signing, BookTok, and book marketing. Author branding and networking will also be the topmost priority at the event, which is beneficial for self-published authors who are still building a name in the industry.
You can learn more about Jamie Pulos-Fry by visiting her website. For more details about the RM Book Confab in California, you can check this out. You may also directly contact our publishing consultants at 1-800-805-0762 or [email protected]. We are more than happy to hear from you soon!