Looking for ways to engage your children or grandchildren in generosity? Send Valentine’s cards to isolated or homebound seniors in your church or neighborhood. Or get crafty with Kits of Kindness, which let kids create handmade gifts to donate to someone in the community to spread joy. Even little ones can practice letting love go!
On Our Minds
Always a joy to see other churches practicing Love Let Go! Read about the Abundant Love Project at The Community Church in Ada, Michigan.
Listen to Laura’s sermon “Blessed are the Prosperous…?” from The Myths of Mammon sermon series at LaSalle Street Church.
Ami will talk about radical generosity at Lake Shore Unitarian’s holiday service on Sunday, December 13.
Read the August 2020 profile here.
During Connections Hour at 11am on Sunday, October 27, Ami will talk about the Love Let Go experience and the power of generosity. Join her at Winnetka Presbyterian, 1255 Willow Road in Winnetka.
In this post, Rev. Janet Karvonen-Montgomery shares how her personal experience of receiving an unconventional loan led her to use her $300 windfall to lend to others.
Reverend Patrick Joiner’s distribution of one-dollar bills reminds us of Dan West’s walk through his neighborhood (chapter 5 of the Love Let Go). Read more about Patrick’s experience here.