Could you be the living expression of God’s kindness today? Write a thank you note Listen Give a compliment Send a kind text Surprise someone with a treat Send a package Pay it forward Let someone go in front of you Drop off dinner Cheer someone up Eat lunch with someone new Let someone know…

I pulled into the parking lot at Fair Market in Austin, Texas last Tuesday night and took a deep breath to steady myself. I don’t recall the last time I was this nervous. My rational brain was telling me there was no need to be nervous, but I was just the same. I grabbed my…

  Five weeks ago, I got braces.  I’m 44.  I’m not 14, but now when my cheeks are rubbed raw and I can only eat soft food, I feel like I am.  I was so nervous the day I became a brace face. I wasn’t concerned about whether or not I would learn something by…

Each of us can look back upon someone who made a great difference in our lives, someone whose wisdom or simple acts of caring made an impression on us. In all likelihood, it was someone who sought no recognition for their deed, other than the joy of knowing that, by their hand, another’s life had…

We have loved checking Instagram and Twitter to see the #bethegood challenges happening all across the country. We also wanted to let you know what some Multiply Goodness community members chose to do for their challenges. Community member Jamie from Writing in the Stillness posted this beautiful photo on our Facebook wall and said this:…

School is well under way. We’re in our daily grind of ins and outs. There’s a ton of lunches to be made, carpools to coordinate, places to be, and homework to be done. We’re getting in the groove of what will be the next several months of our life here in our home. It’s easy…

I was asked to be part of the #bethegood challenge by one of my favorite people in the world…Brooke Stone from Mercy River.  I am not sure where the challenge started…but currently there are over 10,976 posts under that hashtag.  That makes my heart happy!!  If you checkout the hashtag you will see the quote…

    I hurried out of the hotel room, hurried down the elevator, hurried into the taxi waiting there on the curb. He put the suitcase in trunk, I put my purse on the floor, and grabbed my phone in my hand. The drive to the airport started with me busy on the phone ––opening the app,…

When I imagine the widow walking through the temple, I see her with her head slightly bowed. It is not heavy with shame, but rather meekly fixed on her destination. Her hand reverently drops the coins into the treasury–the muted sound barely bouncing off the stone walls. “And he called unto him his disciples, and…

The lesson found in Acts 27 is, by far, my most favorite story in the book of Acts. The heading explains that Paul, in a perilous voyage, travels to Rome. The season is late fall, sometime in the middle of October. Winter is fast approaching, and “sailing was now dangerous.” (Acts 27:9) With what must…

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