Jeff Louis, 22, was clocked into work early at Gionino’s Pizza to deliver pizza to LifePoint Church. He went in thinking it would be just another day at work. But Pastor Ken Wright had something else in mind.
A New Jersey waitress is making headlines for a small, kind gesture that turned into something big.
Sexton says she was spoiled and thought the world revolved around her until about a year ago when she was baptized. She says
When you share small acts of kindness, you are giving back more than you might think. You spread cheer to someone else. You elevate your own mood. You inspire more giving. Giving can have a ripple effect. Oh, and you just may enjoy the feeling of giving so much that it turns into a giving spirit that lives on well past the holidays.
Whether it's related to something big or small, forgiveness has obvious benefits for the person on the receiving end -- and
The stress and strain of constantly being connected can sometimes take your life -- and your well-being -- off course. GPS
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Be the love you seek in the world, beginning with the one in the mirror. A random good samaritan act reminds us we are worth it.