How to Fit In Reaching Out {and a DIY Turkey Noodle Soup in a Jar Hostess Gift}

photo-11Today I am over at my co-author Glynnis Whitwer’s place talking about ways to fit in reaching out to others in your busy schedule. I’m also giving a cute hostess gift idea for layered turkey noodle soup in a jar.

Glynnis is giving away a PDF booklet she and I assembled titled “Tips for a Simple, Sacred Christmas.”  To enter, leave a comment on her blog with an idea for reaching out to others at this season.  It could be a random act of kindness, an outreach your family has done, a hostess gift or something else.   We’ll announce the winner next week.

Everday.Confetti.coverIf you don’t win the 15-page PDF, you can get a copy when you pre-order our new book, Everyday Confetti through Proverbs 31 Ministries.

Click here to see the post and the DIY idea and to leave any thoughts you have on reaching out. We can’t wait to read them! (And to choose a winner!)

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5 Comments

  1. Could you please share the recipe used to make the turkey noodle soup on a jar? I’d love to make those for some friends.

  2. I LOVE ALL YOUR ARTICLES… You always have the best ideas for busy people and I love that you share your faith and ups and downs of family life!!! Thank you a fan!!!

  3. uh oh! please let Glynnis know all the links to her appear to NOT be working! She might be “down and not realize it, and I’m thinking you know how to reach her!!! LOVE this turkey soup in a jar recipe. my sister is cooking thanksgiving for the first time (we are usually at mom’s) because she won’t be home for Christmas as her family will go to Florida to greet her eldest son as he returns from deployment with the Navy to Somalia! I am so excited to take this jar to her!!

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