We all want to do good, but sometimes we need a little inspiration!
Simple stories of people doing simple things in Jesus’ name to bring life can fill us with motivation to do the next good thing for others!
AND telling the stories here can get you all ready to tell the stories to your neighbors, faces & places and to people who don’t yet know Jesus.

So let’s inspire one another…

  • Tell stories around the dinner table or online about times you have served others… focus on what God did IN you and not just through you.
  • Keep a running list of good you have seen others do for the next week… cheer one another on!
  • Go to Canyonridge.org and click on “I Can Help” to get connected to a family who needs groceries.  Come back and tell the story!
  • Talk to neighbors about ways you can work with them to serve other neighbors in need.  Try something THIS WEEK and come back to tell us the story.

Join the discussion 7 Comments

  • Tom Elliott says:

    The foster mom and the kids were very grateful for my delivery. Being there face to face was more impactful than just a monetary donation. I was able to see that these loving foster parents really can use our support, even when the times are good.

    I am looking forward to the Lords guidance in other ways I might help.

    Thank you Canyon Ridge and Pastor Drew

  • Sarah says:

    Thank you for helping us to find the good in all situations, remembering social distancing does not equal social isolation!

  • Amber Parkerson says:

    This is so awesome! Thank you for showering us all with love from the church. Being kind is contagious. Keep it coming. 🙂

  • Amber Parkerson says:

    Such a sweet story Tom! Bless you & your family. Thank you for sharing.

  • Hyla Winters says:

    The foster family I was linked to ended up sharing with me that the foster mom adopted the boys. She was now a single mom with 3 boys, ages 13, 12, 10. I engaged my 12 year old grandson in California to give me some snack ideas; after all these are pre-teen boys. Went shopping last Wednesday and delivered the groceries. I think I was more touched than the family. I have received some text messages with pictures of the family which mean the world to me. The first text was the Mom stating that the 12 year old had already started eating the canned peaches.

    I also baked (again) this week and sent a care package to our son who is a firefighter/paramedic in Castle Rock, Colorado. The shift started today and our son texted a THANKS from the shift on duty. They even enjoyed the card that I enclosed. God is good!!!!

  • Valari Soence says:

    Hi Drew,
    Thank you, thank you and thank you.! Just, (Literally), as we, my husband and I, finished watching the April 26th service, one of my neighbors/friend, knocked on our door and mentioned how they were struggling with anxiety. I was able to share the anxiety message. I am Praying for my neighbor and thanking God for that amazing moment.
    Valari Spence

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