As God’s kids and together as his family here on Earth, we get to serve others as an expression of our identity in Christ. And sometimes, the smallest acts of service can have the biggest impact!
This week on the Lifeschool Podcast, we’ll show you how serving your city in little ways provides a picture and experience of the good news of the gospel. You’ll hear about 12 small ways you can improve your city individually or as a group together. This is fun!
Working from a list of 101 ways to improve your city (which we’ll give to you), we share twelve of our favorites. These are things that can be done almost anywhere by anyone. All hands on deck!
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- Why serving others is a display of what God is like in the world.
- How restoration and reconciliation often flow from small acts of service.
- 12 things we LOVE that you can do to improve your city through serving. (Easy stuff!)
- How you, your family, and your community group can get started serving right away.
From this episode:
“Sometimes it only takes a few lights to completely transform a city block. A bunch of us did this in our neighborhood in Tacoma… what a difference! Casting light on a forgotten building or dark alley can bring a renewed sense of appreciation and safety within the community.”
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