We asked Urban Plunge participants, "Do you think this weekend changed your attitude or desire to help others? Yes. It's kind of been a little revival in my faith.I am going to encourage our church to become involved regularly in something.Absolutely. I want to continue to work with some of my favorite ministries. I have a more open mind about the homeless now.I feel pulled to do something about it now that I am much more aware of our own communities.I think it changed my attitude because it was always about me before, and now I am going to try and think of other people.Seeing and experiencing helping others in these situations has impacted me.I now have a stronger understanding of what they are going through.Yes! I want to get out there more and show God's love!I felt like I was actually helping someone in need.I just need to find an avenue to take where my talents and interests can be of use.Throughout the weekend, I realized how much I can actually give back.I already had a strong desire to help others, so now I can take from this and apply it to what I want to do in the future - how I want to serve.I want to get out and find someplace I can go and give the people there hope. Yes, it reassured me to try to do, and notice, others needs more.I think it made me more open to serving. It also showed me that serving can be fun.I've learned that I can help people by doing little things like praying or just talking to them.I think that I will try to help more now; this weekend showed me how easy it is.I will know not to be scared of other people. Instead, I will ask if they want to pray.Yes, because seeing all these people poor made me sad.