Finally, each of us must take into account the physical and emotional strains that are sometimes encountered while serving on a team. The joy of being on a team is there, but the work and the strain are also there. Team members routinely are the first up in the morning and the last to bed at night. Working under pressure is also routine. Everyone on the team must carry his or her full load and be ready to pick up part of someone else's work when the unexpected happens--and it often does. Every team member must also be ready, willing, and able to share his or her faith and love with any and all others on the weekend--literally at any time. Again, the joy and the mountain top experiences are there, but so are the climbing and the giving. If you decide that being a team member is not for you, there are many other areas of service in Chrysalis. You may want to put more effort into agape, serve on a committee, or fill other important jobs that are necessary for a successful Chrysalis flight. There is so much to be done that there is no limit to the opportunities for service. Being on a team may or may not be the best way you can serve--only you know this. If, after praying about it, your answer is YES, please complete this application and submit to Southside Chrysalis. Serving on a team will be a blessing to you and you will be a blessing to others. You are needed. FLY WITH CHRIST!