Jesus gave us a command to go into all parts of the earth and share the gospel (good news) with all people (Mark 16:15).   While that task may seem overwhelming, each follower of Christ can share God’s love in their small part of the world.  One of the many ways we can do this is through acts of kindness. 
 
We believe that sharing the gospel through acts of kindness (sometimes called  servant evangelism) is a biblical, fun, simple, and intentional way to make sharing Jesus a lifestyle. We display the love and message of Jesus Christ through practical acts of service and kindness.  

 

Servant Evangelism Described
Servant Evangelism can be done individually or as a group. Here is the simple concept: an individual or group begins doing intentional acts of kindness in their community with the aim of evangelism. A simple act of kindness opens an unbeliever up to the greatest act of kindness of all: the Gospel. 
 

Servant Evangelism involves two parts: Service (i.e., acts of kindness) and Evangelism. Many people in our culture today believe that the church is only concerned with getting something from them. By doing Servant Evangelism, the church is doing more than just being nice. It is breaking down one of the major barriers that keep people from experiencing the Gospel.

Servant Evangelism is a wonderful expression of the Great Commandment and the Great Commission. It is great for people who are first learning how to share their faith, as well as the most seasoned Christian.
 
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We make food boxes, hygiene products, and clothing items available for those in our community who are in need. Items may include: 
    • Peanut Butter (small jars)
    • Jelly (small jars)
    • Fruit cups
    • Applesauce cups
    • Granola bars
    • Crackers
    • Canned Meats
    • Baby Food (individual jars)
    • Soap
    • Shampoos (small bottles)
    • Toothpaste/Toothbrush
    • Comb/Brush
    • Gloves/Stocking Hats
    • Coats
    • Blankets