Scientology Volunteer Ministers and the Internet make help available everywhere

| Los Angeles, california 14 November 2009 |

Scientology Volunteer Ministers online courses help thousands in 169 countries find out “Something Can Be Done About It.”

A Kenyan wants to help young women who become trapped in the burgeoning sex tourism industry in his country. A couple from the Philippines want to salvage their doomed marriage of twenty-two years. An American pharmacist worries about burning out on her job. Their friends and “authorities” have told them there’s nothing they can do about it. But they found effective tools to accomplish their goals and overcome their problems by taking free online courses through the Scientology Volunteer Ministers website.

Covering the nineteen chapters of the Scientology Handbook, these courses provide technology developed by L. Ron Hubbard that, simply stated, works. Some people come for solutions to drug dependency that any parent, loved one or friend can use to help a person withdraw from drugs.  Some have almost decided that it’s not worth even trying to find a lasting relationship anymore, but they want to give it one more try. Others are living a dead-end existence with no future because they simply can’t learn the skills they need to get better jobs.

On the web site at visitors simply register, download the booklet for one of the courses and start. A trained Volunteer Minister in Los Angeles grades the lessons and makes sure students know how to apply what they learn.

“Today, after a sleepless night of overhauling our marriage, we consider ourselves victors in another battle in life,” said the Filipino man who took the course on how to save a marriage.  “I enrolled on this course, I realized what was wrecking our relationship and shared this with my wife. We both grappled with it and applied what we read from the booklet.” Initially they were only trying to keep their marriage together because of the children, but now they see they don’t have to settle for anything less than happiness.

“I was able to trace down the problems and solutions about commercial sex workers in Kapsabet Town,” said the Kenya man who used the skills he learned in the “Fundamentals of PR” course to reach and help some of the youth trapped in the system. “This course has opened a new chapter in my life.”

“After finishing the course on ‘The Technology of Study’ I have come to realize that what the world needs is a little more common sense.  I wish I had taken this course years ago,” said a pharmacist who also took the course on how to communicate better and not only renewed her interest in her career but now has fewer complaints from customers and “customers specifically requesting to speak to me over other pharmacists.”

In creating the Scientology Volunteer Minister program, L. Ron Hubbard wrote, “A Volunteer Minister does not shut his eyes to the pain, evil and injustice of existence. Rather, he is trained to handle these things and help others achieve relief from them and new personal strength as well.”  With online courses available through their website, each week thousands are finding out that the motto of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers is absolutely true: Something Can Be Done About It.

To enroll on one of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Courses visit