Do some online research for a recipe and purchase the needed ingredients. Work together to make your caramel apples. Enjoy the fruit of your labors along with some pumpkin spice coffee. Share the rest with coworkers, school teachers, pastor and his family, or neighbors. Oh, and the children, too.
Don’t neglect to do what is good and to share, for God is pleased with such sacrifices. h Hebrews 13:16.
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What has your spouse complained about recently that is a valid/realistic complaint? Show him/her you’ve been listening by surprising them by meeting this need in some way. If there is a complaint that is within your power to do something about, then do it. If the pillows are old and flat, purchase some new ones. If the shed has become full of lots of stored items for that “just in case” day, clean it out. If she needs a few extra hours of sleep because of a new baby, take baby for a visit to the grandparents for a few hours. Valid complaints are really a message that something needs to be done. So listen and go do something about it.
Look up pregnancy care centers in your area. Without making a scene go to as many as you can and quietly pray for the women who will walk through the doors today. If the center offers abortions, pray that God will intervene and spare the lives of children and that mothers will choose to parent their child or choose adoption.
Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward. — Psalm 127:3 (ESV)