Scatter Kindness Giveaway

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Scatter some unusual kindness today with Karen Ehman at Proverbs 31 Devotion plus a giveaway of Listen Love Repeat.

Welcome to those who have clicked your way over after reading my Proverbs 31 Ministries devotion How to Scatter Unusual Kindness(If you haven’t read it yet, click here to do so.)

In the devotion, I talked about how our acts of kindness can morph into the unusual category to make someone else’s day and yours too! This is the message of my Listen Love Repeat book. I hope you will join us as we study what God’s Word has to say about scattering kindness at Proverbs 31 Ministries Online Bible Studies starting on Monday.

The Giveaway!

GIVEAWAY has ended. Congrats Diane (left message march 28, 2017 at 3:23 pm) – please check your email for more info or email your mailing address to karenehmaninfo@gmail.com. Enjoy!

To help you scatter your own unusual kindness, I’m giving away a Scatter Kindness mug and two copies of my Listen Love Repeat book so you and a friend can join us for our Proverbs 31 Online Bible Study.

Mug and Listen Love Repeat books giveaway at karenehman.com.

To be entered to win, leave a comment telling us the kindest thing someone (perhaps a stranger) has ever done for you, or give us an idea you have done for a friend or stranger to show unusual kindness. (U.S. Addresses only please).  I will pick a winner at random tomorrow morning and update this post with the announcement of the winner.

Alright….let’s share some ideas about scattering kindness!

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  • I collect used magazines from doctor and dentist offices along with family and friends. Then I take them to homeless shelters. Last time I dropped off some magazines a woman came up to me and said “you have no idea how a magazine helps eliminate boredom.” I also purchase small bibles at the dollar store and include them along with the magazines. People can choose what they like or need.

    Sometimes I add a plastic cup full of candy to sit next to the basket of magazines. Doesn’t everyone deserve a treat??

  • I often struggle with feeling less then, like I’m not making any progress in my walk. Recently I served at a retreat and one of the women I serve with, at the end of the retreat, came over to me, cupped my face in her hands so I was looking at her face and she said. “Nancy, I just want you to know how much you have grown and changed in the last year” then the director of the area I served in said “Yes, you have so much more joy” Thise simp,e words were such an amazing act of kindness that I needed hear. Never under estimate the value of kind words of encouragement. Cost nothing to give but priceless to the receiver!

  • My Mother-in-law, who will be 90 this May, always shows unusual kindness. She treated me to lunch for my birthday recently and then a few days later she sent ME a thank you! She thanked me for bringing her flowers, which I always do when I visit (it cheers up her tiny one bedroom apartment) and for spending the TIME with her!! I will be sending HER a thank you note for all HER kindness! :-)