Whether you are celebrating Thanksgiving with your family or not, this season invites room for an additional gathering fondly called Friendsgiving. While the name of this get-together might be relatively new, the idea of gathering with friends over a meal is thankfully not. To orchestrate your own Friendsgiving this year, just follow these seven simple steps.
Those who stay on the treadmill of busyness miss the really beautiful moments. So, in the season named THANKSgiving, I ask myself, “Who am I thanking?” In my college years, many people were extra kind to me with tips. My eyes fill with tears today as I remember their generosity. One of the pastors from my church handed me a crisp $100 bill after I waited on him and his wife for dinner. I still remember their kindness. My father-in-law used to carry a hidden $100 to give someone in need. Anyone that knew him remembers his generous love for people. Here are 5 ideas for a better THANKSgiving.