Love Like Giants Purpose and Beliefs, News and Projects

Archives Love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous or boastful or proud or rude. It does not demand its own way. It is not irritable, and it keeps no record of being wronged. It does not rejoice about injustice but rejoices whenever the truth wins out. Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.

-1 Corinthians 13:4-7 New Living Translation (NLT) https://www.bible.com/bible/1/jhn.1.kjv



Love Like Giants Purpose and Beliefs


The purpose of "Love Like Giants" is to encourage others in doing Christ inspired Love at home, with family, at work and in the community. We accomplish this by doing Love as we are directed by the Holy Spirit, with writing, projects directed at intentionally “doing” love, music, artistic expression and training.  


We believe that when people earnestly and intentionally seek Love, far reaching and lasting positive change is a natural consequence, both for the practitioners of Love and those around them. With perfect Love, Christ is revealed to the "doer" and every witness to it. 



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Send your first name and email address to info@lovelikegiants.org. We will keep you posted on current Love Projects you can take part in, events and updates to the site. We will never share your information with anyone outside of the LLG site team. Just send us anemailwith the subject, "Sign me up!" and you'll be added to our list of Giants.


          

News and Projects

Jesus as the Center of our Life

May 22, 2015


For the follower of Christ, we can enjoy the things of this world without being slave to them. A delicious steak doesn’t end with the meal but points to the Creator of taste buds. A mountain or lovely beach points to His majesty, we thank Him for the gift of laughter and beautiful things lead to worship and gratitude instead of gluttony. When we lose people or things we value or love, we are sad but not crushed.



Our Riches

May 21, 2015

or the follower of Christ, a delicious steak doesn’t end with the meal but points to the Creator of taste buds. A mountain or lovely beach points to His majesty, we thank Him for the gift of laughter and beautiful things lead to worship and gratitude instead of gluttony. When we lose people or things we value or love, we are sad but not crushed.If we earn $25,000 per year we are among the wealthiest 2% in the world. What we spend our money on reveals what we put our hope in.




Adopted into a Holy Family

May 13, 2015

My response is to God's mercy and  grace is gratitude and obedience. 



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