One of the most important lessons you can teach your kids is how to be the hands and feet of Jesus. While mission trips and service projects are common among youth groups, you might have a hard time finding organizations that will let you use your younger kids help serve the community. That’s when it’s time to take it into your own hands and throw a Random Acts of Kindness Party at your church.
A Random Acts of Kindness Party is like no other party you have ever been to. Instead of staying at the church, you organize parents to help carpool your kids to different areas around the community, where they get to bless people and organizations with Random Acts of Kindness. This will take a lot of planning on your end, but the end results will have a huge impact on your students.
Before you invite the students to the party, you have to plan out what activities you want the kids to do. A lot of projects are going to require donations and that means the students need a list of items to bring with them to the party. Once you have that all settle out, make sure you have enough vans to take all your students (this is a great way to have kids invite their friends, so make sure you get as many parents on board before hand). Once everything is set in place, you’re ready to send out the invites. Continue reading