This week is all about homeless and poverty as that is what has been on the brain lately with our Helping Hands fun Saturday morning coming up! I hope you and your little ones will come and spend a little time with us preparing bags for our homeless friends. If you have not signed up, it’s not too late! The link is below!
Here are some other faves I’ve found this week as I’ve been searching and preparing for our event.
Often times we sometimes aren’t sure what to “say”… here are some great conversation starters that you can use as you meet our friends on the street. There are also some things that may be we just shouldn’t say or ask, or even think…
2. Books for Kids about Poverty & Hunger
I’m always on the lookout for great books to read with my kiddos and while I haven’t read through each one of these, many of these are on my list to read and several of these are just great!
What books have you read that teaches about poverty and hunger and homelessness?
3. Hippie Jack
I don’t really know anything about Hippie Jack, other than what this video shows, but it makes me smile and reminds me that there are still some good men and women out there serving with all they have, and it makes me tap my toe a little too…
How can you be like Hippie Jack? Don’t you have a fun bus like that?!? haha
This is a great unique “spin” on blessing bags!
Have you made anything like this before to give to our homeless friends? If so, share and let us learn new and different ways!
You can sign up in our On Mission Moms Facebook Page link above! We will be meeting at Caroline Brewer’s home and she will be sending out info. It’s going to be a fun morning together serving, learning, and praying with our little ones.
And one last little plug, if you haven’t had a chance to read the Do No Harm Series, well… you should!
*Just a reminder that I don’t necessarily “endorse” the websites that I’ve linked to above. Not all are Christian based websites/blogs/videos; however, they are all great ideas that we can learn and grow from and adapt to work with what we believe as On Mission Moms!