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by Gini @ DaySpring August 26, 2016
Maybe it’s time to make a big impact on someone’s life. Whether this be your closest friend, a fairly evasive neighbor, or that new, stand-offish visitor at church, you may want to think through some of these big, grand ideas on how to encourage them.
» Forgive a loan
» Offer to bring them a hot meal
» Give a thoughtful gift
» Pay for lunch
» Listen (for hours if you need to)
» Offer to do the dishes
» Send flowers to your child’s teacher just to say “thanks.”
» Surprise a loved one with a dazzling necklace
» Mow your neighbor’s lawn, leaving behind a note thanking them for being great neighbors
» Pass out Scripture Shareables while volunteering at a local food bank or soup kitchen
» Offer to babysit
» Surprise a disheartened co-worker with new office supplies & decor
» Visit a nursing home - set up a weekly time to read an encouraging book to one of the residents
» Start a card ministry
» Drop off a plate of your favorite baked goods at your nearest fire station, police station, your church staff and other places around town.
» Walk your neighbor’s dog
» Invite your new neighbor to dinner and a movie - introduce them to your group of friends, invite them to church
» Invite a grieving friend to tea (and focus intently on their worries, thoughts & concerns)
» Schedule a bowling night with friends, and invite someone you know who might be dealing with depression and/or loneliness
» Send care packages to new college students
» Reach out to any friends who are under the weather - Send them a get well gift or a bouquet of flowers
» Go grocery shopping for a new mom
» Become a mentor - share your heart with a younger version of yourself
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Therefore encourage one another
and build each other up as you are already doing.
1 Thess 5:11 CSB