Sharing His Light

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We desire that every person in our listening communities of Arizona experiences the love of Jesus through an Arizona Shine listener.  Arizona Shine family members are the people sharing His light in our listening communities.  That’s why we created the “Sharing His Light” initiative.  We are praying that by the end of this year Arizona Shine family members “Sharing His Light will total 1,500!

Let us know how you are “Sharing His Light” through one, or more, of our “Twenty Points of Light” and you’ll become active in the story God is telling through Arizona Shine – illuminating your community with Truth That Inspires through an act of caring, compassion, or kindness.

Let the Arizona Shine family know which Point of Light you completed today by clicking on it!

20 Points of Light

  • CARING
    • I reached out to someone in need. I cared.

 

  • COMPASSION
    • I shared God’s goodness through compassion.

 

  • KINDNESS
    • I shared kindness through a gentle word or act.

 

  • ENCOURAGEMENT
    • Someone was discouraged, and I shared a word of encouragement.

 

  • HOSPITALITY
    • I welcomed a friend. I shared hospitality.

 

  • FAITH
    • I trusted God for something I cannot yet see. I shared faith.

 

  • PATIENCE
    • I asked for peace and self control, and God is providing.

 

  • TIME
    • I gave away a very valuable resource. I shared time.

 

  • PRAYER
    • I saw somebody with a need, and I prayed for them.

 

  • HOPE
    • I reminded somebody about the hope and peace found in Jesus.

 

 

 

  • JOY
    • I reflected my source of  Joy to somebody.

 

 

  • TEACHING
    • I walked somebody down a road that I’ve been down before.

 

  • VOLUNTEER
    • I shared my time with an organization that I believe in.

 

  • WRITE A NOTE
    • Going beyond the spoken word, I wrote a note of encouragement.

 

  • GRATITUDE
    • I appreciated an act of kindness.

 

 

  • LISTENING
    • I took the time to listen so I could really hear what was being said.

 

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