#Hopewriterlife: Collaborate

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In this season of less community among the restrictions that the pandemic has brought us, it can be easy to feel that you are on your own. Previously, you might have found an encouraging word from a colleague, someone at church, or someone you bump into while shopping. Now, it takes more intention to interact with others, to collaborate on problem solving, to feel connected.⁠ ⁠ Whether you are thinking of someone who might be lonely, or you are the one who is, there are still ways to connect. Try to choose one of these from the list to reach out to someone today:⁠ -Send a text message or other social media messaging.⁠ -Make a phone call (Especially appreciated by older generations!)⁠ -Drop off something on their doorstep and text them (if you think they are comfortable with that.)⁠ -Write an email to tell them you are thinking of them.⁠ -Find a picture of a fun memory and text it to them, or print it and send it in the mail⁠ -Use one of these ways to ask how to pray for them (then actually follow through!)⁠ -Good old fashioned snail mail can be appreciated, especially for kids! It’s easy enough to find activity pages to print for the younger ones. ⁠ ⁠ None of these are particularly innovative ideas, but I challenge you to choose one or come up with your own, and reach out to just one person today. ⁠ ⁠ I am using the #hopewriterlife challenge to encourage others onto love and good deeds (Hebrews 10:24). Check out the #hopewriterlife tag to find more posts on the same theme. ⁠ ⁠ #Christian #christianwritersofinstagram #Bible #Scripture #ChristianLife #Christianblogger #Christianblog #BibleVerse #God #Jesus #collaborate #connection

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