21 Days of Kindness

November 13 – December 3

Kindness is love in action. This powerful three-part teaching series explores kindness from a three-dimensional perspective – upward, inward and outward. We will address questions like “Is God kind?” and challenge followers of Jesus to see our neighbors not just as other people, but as God sees them.

Jesus said, “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:34-35)

Here at Warehouse Church we take this command very seriously and we are encouraging everyone to engage in an act of kindness daily. Would you join us in the 500 acts of kindness in 21 days challenge? We look forward to hearing stories of how simple acts of kindness can change the lives of others and you might even start to see a change in your own personal life as a result.

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Join us for Kindness starting November 13th

500 Acts of Kindness in 21 Days

Warehouse Church is a gathering of ordinary people that exist so that more people may experience transforming relationships through Jesus.  Over these 21 days we hope to create a kindness movement like no other to visibly show God’s kindess and grace to others.  Join us as we attempt to reach our goal of 500 random acts of kindness in just 21 days.  Let us know how you are doing by giving us a thumbs up for each act of kindness you do!  

“Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.” Colossians 3:12

WRITE DOWN SOMEONE’S BEST QUALITIES

Make someone’s day by sharing the best parts of who they are with them.

Try something new

Open your heart and mind to something new and see how it changes you.

START A PIGGY BANK FOR A CAUSE

Pick a cause, get a piggy bank, and start saving.

BE POLITE ON THE ROAD

It’s easy to get angry with other drivers.  Try being kind and let someone in front of you even if they don’t deserve it. 

Send a care package

Spread happiness and kindness by sending someone far away some goodies.

LEAVE A GENEROUS TIP

Paying it forward never gets old.  You never know the difference $10 could make.

SHARE A CUP OF COFFEE

Buy or make someone their morning/afternoon coffee/tea/hot chocolate! A simple act that will most certainly make someone’s day.

SEND AN ENCOURAGING TEXT

A sweet and simple way to boost someone’s spirits is by sending good vibes their way.

BAKE SOMEONE A CAKE

Mmmmmmm…cake!

SAY I LOVE YOU!

Words matter.  Tell someone you haven’t told in a while, I love you!

GRAB AN ANGEL

Grab an angel off the angel tree and help a child in need. 

PICK UP TRASH

Garbage isn’t meant for the streets.  Take a walk around town and pick up trash.

THANK SOMEONE

Write a thank you note to someone and let them know how much you appreciate them.

FOR THE BIRDS

Fill a birdhouse with seed for your home.  Not only will you bring more types of birds to your yard, but you’ll help the environment. 

PAINT POSITIVE MESSAGES ON ROCKS

You rock! What better way to combine the spirit of Thanksgiving and kindness than the power of positivity.

LEAVE QUARTERS AT THE LAUNDROMAT

Doing laundry can be expensive.  Surprise someone and leave a cup of quarters next to a washer and dryer.

COMPLIMENT A PARENT

Parenthood can be overwhelming and sometimes the kind words of a stranger is all it takes to turn a mother or father’s day around.  

VOLUNTEER WITH AN OUTREACH ORGANIZATION

Do good and maybe even make some new friends along the way.

SEND FLOWERS OR CHOCOLATES TO A FRIEND

A thoughtful “just because” gift is all it takes to brighten someone’s day.

SIGN UP TO GIVE BLOOD

It only takes an hour to donate blood but it’s a life-giving gift that will last a lifetime.

WHEEL IN YOUR NEIGHBOR’S TRASH CAN

It’s the neighborly thing to do after trash day.

FILL SOCIAL MEDIA WITH POSITIVE MESSAGES

Share a bible verse or positive story or uplifting song or tag a friend and show them how much you appreciate them.

SERVE TOGETHER

Get your small group together, identify someone in need, and lend a hand.

SO MANY OTHER WAYS TO SHOW KINDNESS

Done a kind act that’s not on our suggested list? Click here to be added to the count and share your story below.

Share Your Act of Kindness Story

We want to hear about your acts of kindness.  Share your story in the comments section below.

35 Comments

  1. Ricc

    Can’t wait for Kindness to begin!!

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  2. Lori

    Helped a stranger who needed some financial assistance.

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  3. Steve and Sureka

    Check on someone besides the road

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  4. Anita Elkins

    Went to dinner with elderly person who doesn’t get much company.

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  5. Steve

    Checked on a person with a broken down vehicle beside the road.

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  6. Nathan

    Bought lunch for a stranger in need

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  7. Amy Halbert

    Bought lunch for the person behind me in drive thru.

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  8. Brian

    Went to Food City, it was extremely busy with only a be checkout lane opened at that time. I let two individual go before me, due to having less groceries. The man made sure to thank me when he was leaving. The lady not so much.

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  9. Anita Elkins

    Went to my son’s house and took care of his cat while he is out of town.

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  10. Brian

    Purchased someone’s breakfast in the drive thru at Hardee’s.

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  11. Gwen Davis

    Shared an encouraging Christian song to someone who is going through a storm in their life.

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  12. Steve

    Stop and check on someone broke down beside the road

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  13. Anita Elkins

    Gave a child money at a book fair to find out the child was not buying for herself , but for someone else.

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  14. Beth

    Spent the day helping a friend improve her business.

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  15. Brett

    Visited my niece and her husband in the hospital. Also took supplies to them. Please pray for their healing after their car accident.

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  16. Anita Elkins

    Bought food for a friend.

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  17. Paige

    Brought homemade cookies to my coworkers

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  18. Brian

    Shooed at Walmart for an elderly couple.

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  19. Anita Elkins

    Bought dinner for a friend.

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  20. Anita Elkins

    Did a sewing project for a family member.

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  21. Jon Pelton

    Took breakfast McMuffins got co-workers.

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  22. Georgenia

    Went out to eat with my widowed cousin on Friday evening.

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  23. Georgenia

    Encouraged a relative dealing with sickness from chemo at 4:30am.

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  24. Norma Davis

    Called a dear, elderly friend that I went to church with years ago. She is now widowed, has mobility problems, she is in a wheelchair. She just talked and I listened, really listened. Too often we do not listen to others. We need to remember those that are confined to their homes. Just a normal conversation with someone is a blessing to them. Their worlds get really small when they are no longer mobile and able to get out like they once did.

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  25. DiAnne Akers

    Threaded a stranger’s sewing machine for her at the quilt shop

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  26. Alex and Jerrica

    Provided groceries for Thanksgiving dinner to a family in need.

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  27. Jerrica Parsley

    Sent an encouraging message to a friend.

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  28. Anita Elkins

    Let someone in scooter chair in front of me at Walmart checkout.

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  29. Anita Elkins

    Shopped for someone for Thanksgiving dinner.

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  30. Anita Elkins

    Shaped someone’s Christmas tree.

    I noticed when I pushed like above it was unliking it instead of adding another one.

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  31. Anita Elkins

    Loaned tables to a friend for Thanksgiving dinner

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  32. Anita Elkins

    Donated to organization to help kids for Christmas

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  33. Anita Elkins

    Took supper to a neighbor

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  34. Anita Elkins

    Gave encouragement to someone who was down in the dumps.

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  35. Nathan

    Bought breakfast for co-workers

    Reply

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Not only are we elevating our kindness towards other for 21 days but we are spending one week coming together as a church intentionally being kind to the least of these, our neighbors, our schools, our community, our church family, our own family, and our city.  We also have BE KIND t-shirts to bring us all together!

BE KIND TO THE LEAST OF THESE

November 13, 2022

Take an angel off the angel tree to support those in need.

  • Leave quarters at the laundromat.
  • Start a piggy band for a cause.
  • Volunteer at a local mission organization.

BE KIND TO OUR COMMUNITY

November 16, 2022

Bake a cake and deliver it to a local business.

  • But a stranger a cup of coffee.
  • Save a life by donating blood.
  • buy canned food and bring to church next Sunday.

BE KIND TO OUR CITY

November 19, 2022

Join us at 9am as we go out into the community and love on our city.

  • Pick up trash at the park.
  • Buy a city worker a cup of coffee.
  • Leave a gift card for your mail carrier.

BE KIND TO YOUR NEIGHBOR

November 14, 2022

Go next door and ask if you can pray for anything.

  • Bake them a sweet treat.
  • Bring in their trashcan.
  • Write a thank you note to your neighbor.

BE KIND TO OUR CHURCH FAMILY

November 17, 2022

Have lunch or dinner with someone from the church.

  • Pray for your church for 10 mins.
  • Send thank you note to church friend.
  • Fill social media with positive stories about Warehouse Church.

BE KIND TO OUR SCHOOLS

November 15, 2022

We will provide Donuts for Adam’s Middle School.

  • Pray for our community schools.
  • Drop off a treat for the office staff.
  • Drop off a gift card to a teacher or administrator.

BE KIND TO YOUR FAMILY

November 18, 2022

Spend time as a family today. Do something fun.

  • Send encouraging text to family.
  • Eat a meal togather as a family.
  • Tell everyone in your family you appreciate them.

GET YOUR BE KIND T-SHIRT

$14 Each

You can pick up your shirts at church while supplies last!

  • Wear them during the week.
  • Great conversation starters.
  • Show off your colors.