Inspiration Report

The Bible calls us to love our neighbor and be there for one another. Philippians 2:1-7 says, “So if there is any encouragement in Christ, any comfort from love, any participation in the Spirit, any affection and sympathy, complete my joy by agreeing, having the same love, being in full accord and of one mind.…

We are often told that a small act of kindness goes a long way. Random acts of kindness can deliver a quick high, but they have less chance of furthering relationships or building the kingdom. Deliberate acts of kindness are a different story. On day 7 of the days of service challenge, complete one deliberate…

When you’re in the grocery store line, allow some with a child or with fewer items to jump ahead of you in the line. Now we all know that waiting in line can be a slow and exasperating experience. Unfortunately, there is no way to avoid standing in line, even if you’re in the self-checkout…

Compliments are some of the easiest but rewarding things you can offer those you love. When you share a compliment with someone, it can make that person feel better, especially after having a bad day. It can increase a person’s self-esteem. It can make a person feel good, and that can last through the rest…

One of the greatest ways you can help others during the holidays is by donating your clothes and other used items. If you’re ready to clean out your closet, you have clothes that you don’t wear anymore, or you simply want to revamp your wardrobe, this is an excellent opportunity for you. Giving back to…

There are many reasons that people seek out tutors for their children. Some parents feel they cannot help their child with their schoolwork or with lessons in a particular area of interest because they aren’t the strongest in those areas. Then, there are those parents that are super busy that don’t have time to sit…

Telling someone how much you appreciate them may seem like a small act, but the message can go a long way. For day two of the days of service challenge, write a loving note to a family member, a neighbor, a co-work, or a friend. This will be a letter of gratitude and thanks. You…

A great way to start your day one challenge off while also giving back this holiday season is by organizing a drive. It would help if you began with a focus in mind. Two excellent initiatives, to begin with, could be a food or a clothing drive. Food drives help food banks, food pantries, and…

While TikTok may seem like a frivolous app teenagers and 20-somethings play with on their phones, the platform — which is relatively new to the U.S. market — has already shown the power to make change “IRL.” The video-centric app is credited with popularizing the runaway hit “Stunnin’” by Curtis Waters. In another instance, it…

Sarah Fuller is changing football for the better. Last Saturday, Fuller made history by becoming the first woman to play in a power-conference college football game. Fuller was chosen to be Vanderbilt’s placekicker and started off the second half of the game. Her kick traveled 30 years before bouncing at the 35-yard line. Vanderbilt played…

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