Random Acts of Senseless Kindness

If you’ve ever heard of Random Acts of Kindness, you’re not alone.  It’s a movement that began right here in our own backyard.
Who knew?
What began as a professor’s assignment to a Human Relations class at Bakersfield Community College evolved into not just a good idea, but a movement for the ages.
Dr. Chuck Wall grew tired of the hallmark of the 90’s; the random acts of violence.  He gave his HR class the assignment to go into the community and “commit one random act of senseless kindness”.  The students then had to write about their act with analysis of the giver’s and the receiver’s experience.
That one assignment has morphed into a movement with world-wide impact.  Join our Tehachapi Congregational Church on Sunday February 23, 2014 at 10:30 AM to hear more about this movement and meet the nationally acclaimed Dr. Chuck Wall.
For more information: http://chuckwall.net/

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