1000 Points of Light

1,048 Points of light

Be a Point of Light

1000 Points of Light is an intentional initiative created to help us shift our perspective and open our eyes to the everyday opportunities that God sets before each and every one us.
 
Between May and September, our hope is to make 1000 intentional points of light in our community and around the world. 
 
A point of light is any action that shares the love of Jesus by encouraging, supporting, praying, loving, or giving to someone in need that day.
 
So whether you, encourage a stranger, help your neighbor, support a co-worker, pray for a family member or lead someone in making a life changing decision to follow Jesus Christ, do it with intentionality and purpose, knowing that you are being a light in the darkness. 
 
The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness can never extinguish it. 
John 1:5 
  • Actions that encourages, supports or shares the love of Jesus.

Recent Points of Light

The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness can never extinguish it.

John 1:5

I bought a ticket for the Blue Jays game so the son could also attend!

Someone at my workplace got really sick where her allergies were terrible in pollen season. She only discovered throughout the 2 weeks that it was indeed an allergy from the doctor and she still had red eyes, runny nose, and looked exhausted. I gave her a whole box of green tea bags with prayer that she’d feel better.

I’ve been cooking and doing dishes for other people.

I prayed with a friend for her to receive the Holy spirit. She has been searching for his power to be evident and doesn’t seem to feel like she can get access. I continue to pray.

I paid for the drink of the person in front of me because she forgot her wallet in her car.

Carried groceries for a senoir neighbour up to her apartment.

Stopped and took a moment to encourage a few fellow vbs workers this week.

Listened to a colleague who has been severely hurt by social media and how it negatively impacts God’s identity for them and their view of themself.

I drove my daughter to Doon campus lat minute to get her registered and pay for her course.

I helped clean a kitchen for a super wonderful family that just moved to Waterloo. 🙂

my young co-worker lost her mom, dad is ill and injured. She takes care of everyone at home, 24-7. I take her for lattes at lunch one or two times per week, we talk about lite stuff. I tell her she is doing a great job helping her family and that God sees her. He cares. I encourage her when I can and we are called the the “latte posse” at work. God has a sense of humour for sure.

I bought 3 meals for workmates once they deserved in my opinion