Each year, our church participates in World Renew’s World Hunger Campaign.
Families and individuals use a devotional that shares stories from around the world and guide us in putting our loose/spare change into an orange plastic fish (or donated via an app on your android or iOS device). These monies are used in over 3000 communities to alleviate hunger in a myriad of ways. To learn a few of the ways, watch this video:
There is also an adult devotional that doesn’t have instructions for filling up the peter fish.
“I See You” is a great piece to show the power of looking at– and seeing other people– with the wonder of a child. It’s a much more loving way.
Need some suggestions on how to be more lovingingly mindful of your partner?
Finally, don’t be afraid to tell the people around you how much they mean to you:
Sometimes it’s good to be reminded of things that you kind of already know, especially when it comes to something that’s become as engrained into our daily lives as eating food.
Here are 15 helpful questions to ask yourself about your use of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
If you’re really convicted, here’s a link to a more indepth examination.
Oh, and “Stop Instagramming Your Perfect Life.”
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