Join us in sharing the love with Love Thy Neighbor and 28 days of Intentional Acts of Love! We’ll be performing “Intentional Acts of Love” and notrandom acts of kindness because we want our actions to be reflective of the intentional way God loves us, resulting in lasting relationships and impressions on the hearts of those involved.

Partner with us by taking up the call to action in Matthew 22:36-40 “Teacher, which is the most important commandment in the law of Moses?” 37 Jesus replied, “‘You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 A second is equally important: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ 40 The entire law and all the demands of the prophets are based on these two commandments.”

Here’s comes the fun! Consistently perform your chosen Intentional Act(s) of Love throughout the month of February. Document why you chose your act and how it affected you and the other party.Share your journey with GLAM Camp to be featured on our blog and social media, then share with others to spread the love.

We can’t wait to see how your lives are changed!

Check out these 28 ways you can Love Thy Neighbor!

1. Weekly one-on-one’s with a loved one, student, friend, or neighbor

2. Offer tutoring sessions

3. Become active volunteer at homeless shelter

4. Nightly bedtime stories with younger sibling(s)

5. Weekend meet-ups at children’s hospital

6. Join local coalition for issue you’re passionate about

7. Offer free graduation/prom photo shoot for high school seniors

8. Swap chores with a sibling

9. Commit to helping someone reach a goal they are working towards

10. Assist elderly with chores; ex. Mowing lawn, shovel snow, caring for pets, grocery shopping

11. Offer to carpool with teammates

12. Start a book club

13. Host a Bible study or Life Group

14. Volunteer your professional services

15. Commit to being a prayer/accountability partner

16. Sit with someone new at lunch

17. Collect and distribute toiletries for needy

18. Make a helpful introduction

19. Hire someone

20. Follow up; Be present ; Especially for those who have recently experienced trauma

21. Offer to help busy parents with dinner, chores, etc.

22. Pay someone’s bill

23. Donate clothes to someone in need

24. Assist in chores for new parents; Meal prep, laundry, babysitting, cleaning

25. Volunteer to organize classroom

26. Collect recyclable goods; turn them in for money and donate the money to charity

27. Start a new charity

28. Become a MENTOR!