On August 22, 2011 I wrote a post about a “mission activity” that the council of Salem Lutheran Church did on the first day of school last year. The post is called Doughnut holes. Click on the link to read about what we did.
The Lutheran magazine did a little story about this mission activity in their “Two Month out” section in the June issue. Very exciting. When we planned this mission activity we never thought it would get so much attention.
PRAISE BE TO GOD!
All we wanted to do was welcome kids and parents back to school by showing the love of Christ in a very practical way.
We weren’t trying to recruit.
We weren’t standing on boxes preaching “Repent!”.
We were doing nothing but welcoming people with a smile while serving doughnut holes, juice and coffee (and tissues for parents).
The idea was simple and practical…and a lot of fun. It was something anyone could do. We saw many smiles that morning and made our day. Will we do this again? Absolutely! Will we continue to show the love of Christ in a practical way? I sincerely hope so.
How is God calling you to show His love in a practical way?