In a world where everyone is so busy juggling packed schedules, one simple act of kindness can change the world.
How often do we forgo the small things because the impact seems insignificant?
But, yet, the big things take too much time, energy, and effort that we don’t even try.
“Nobody can help everybody, but everybody can help somebody.”
Consider these words of wisdom from a homeless drifter; words that never would be shared with the world if not for a wayward husband, a forgiving wife, and an unforgettable true story that brought the three of them together.
This is the story of Same Kind of Different as Me.
Check out the movie trailer below.
- Planning a movie fellowship for your small group.
- Hosting an optional night out for your women’s ministry team.
- Adding a Movie Night to your women’s ministry calendar.
Make plans to grab dessert after for your group to discuss the powerful themes in this movie: serving, marriage, faith, unity, reconciliation, friendship, and purpose.
But what if God has bigger plans?
Maybe God wants you to use the movie to launch a kindness ministry.
What if you sent your women out with the task to do one act of kindness each week? Or maybe God is calling your team to plan an event once a quarter that gives your women in the opportunity to #makeadifference in your community. (Check out my list of 60 Service Projects for some ideas.) Become known in your community for your love for others!
Maybe God wants to use this movie as an outreach tool.
If God has called your team to focus this year on reaching the unchurched in your community pitch this movie as an opportunity to start a conversation about faith and serving others.
Or just maybe, God wants to personally impact you with the message.
Where is He calling you to step up? Could He use this movie to move on the hearts in your family to serve together?
This message and this movie are just too good not to share with you all.
Full Disclosure: This post made possible by Level 3 Digital. As a LEV3L Digital blogger, I received the value of two movie tickets in exchange for an honest review on my blog.