A Little More Green: “Don’t Waste It”
This post kicks off a mini-series entitled “Don’t Waste It.” The series will consist of brief encouragements to find new ways of celebrating throughout the holiday season. Each post is direct in its phrasing (Don’t Waste _____); they are not meant to be pushy or offensive, but rather just to the point.
“This world is fleeting. Just like our money and our things, we can’t take our traditions with us. So while we’re here, we want to do our best to make this world livable for those who need Jesus. Because if they can’t live here long enough or well enough to know Jesus, then they will live eternally apart from Him.”
(Click here to read the full introduction.)
Don’t waste food. There are one billion people worldwide experiencing hunger. But there are also kids going hungry — right here, right now. Instead of over-consuming or over-producing baked goods and canned corn this season, consider making a donation to a food shelf or sharing a meal with a family in need through your church or Feeding America. Your body won’t miss the second (or third) helping one bit.