Outrageous Hospitality Dare #1
Lunch Sacks & Manna Bags
Please join me for a 7 day challenge ~ An Outrageous Hospitality DARE. I’m collaborating this week with my friend Krista Gilbert at Meaning in a Minute. Sign up for the hospitality dare and receive a daily email which includes a short video of Krista and me presenting your daily dare. Seven days of simple, fun ways to get back to the heart of hospitality.
Make a sack lunch today. Chances are you’ll pack lunches for children or loved ones, so just make one more. Send the extra lunch to school with your child or take it with you to work. Keep an eye out for someone who could use a lunch packed with love. We’ve created a printable with eight fun Lunch Sack Love Notes for you to tuck inside each lunch you make today. Simply print and add to your lunch sacks.
Click here for Lunch Sack Love Notes printable
Day #1 Challenge Option: Make Manna Bags. The word manna means “what is it,” which is exactly what the Israelites asked when God showered them with food in the desert during their flight from Egypt. Manna was God’s provision in the wilderness.
Manna Bags are a way to offer provision to those in need, specifically to homeless people living in their own wilderness, the streets. Making Manna Bags is a wonderful project for families and friends to do together. Keep Manna Bags in your car and hand them out with a smile and love. Or deliver the bags to a local homeless shelter or church.
Click here for How To Make Manna Bags printable
Printables created by Haley Rose Design
I have taken Dare #1.
Manna bag filled with printable tag attached.
“What’s in it?” Manna. Now asking the Holy Spirit to take me to the person of His choosing!