Noah knew purpose. Do you?

Our life purpose can be discovered when we think, and act, and love like children. When we wonder about possibilities without self-limiting talk. Here is a child who discovered his life purpose in a short time. Did he know his time was short when he innocently and lovingly followed God’s lead? No.We never know the hour or day we’ll be allowed to go home.

The point is: follow and ACT quickly, just like Noah did. No matter how old we are. And we can change the world little by little. Just like Noah.

Here is an awesome example of how a even a little guy’s life purpose can impact BIG:

(A message from his mom on TEAM NOAH facebook page)

“10/30/15: Hello! First of all, thank you from the bottom of our hearts to all of you who sent in Happy Birthday greetings to Noah or posted a video. Ryan Zimmerman did an incredible job in compiling all of the videos sent to us and adding music. Thank you again Ryan!! We will treasure it for many years to come. (If you haven’t seen it, you can view the link on this site).

Today also represents 4 months since Noah passed away. These months have had their ups and downs. We have spiritually grown in more ways than we could have imagined as well as many friendships have deepened and provided us strength and motivation to keep pressing forward.

As you know Noah’s legacy of “Love God, Love Others” is also continuing. His thought was that when you love others, you also help them. So, I thought that today would be a good day to spread awareness about a new “Team Noah” initiative. With the creative help and expertise from my very dear friend, Stacey Russell, she also designed these amazing Random Acts of Kindness (RAOK) cards.

I would like to encourage you to print this attached sheet and hand one of the cards to someone you don’t already know after you have done a random act of kindness. Some ideas might be paying for someone’s meal either in the drive thru or in line, babysitting for a mother in need, volunteering at a hospital or a nursing home, or even giving a teacher (or co-worker) a thank you card or flower. The idea is simple (Noah liked simple!) Feel free to begin this whenever you feel compelled to do so! (This is a great teaching moment for your children to do sometime in November too!)

Thank you again for all of your support & love to our family. We feel blessed, we really do.

Now, lets go Royals!”

Noah Wilson

Noah Wilson

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