Glenn was joined by an amazing group of service-minded individuals on his TV show Thursday night.
Members of the group, called Labor of Love, shared their experiences of what brought them together and how they have dedicated their lives to serving others.
One of the group's founding members, Dave, shared how they got started in the first place.
"I was sitting at my kitchen table listening to the Glenn Beck show, and you said the word Israel. My head exploded, and I started dialing and logging on. Within less than an hour I had the tickets, and I didn’t even know what they cost. It didn’t matter, I was going," Dave said.
Upon his arrival, Dave boarded a bus with the group he would be touring Israel with for the next week and a half.
"We all kind of looked at each other and realized that we were in each other’s company for the next ten days," he said. "We had made friendships by the time it was time to go home that we did not want to see end."
Since that time, this group of friends has kept in touch, spending their vacations doing acts of service around the country and growing into a sizable army of individuals who love to serve. Some of their projects include rebuilding tornado-stricken Joplin, Missouri, cleaning up around Birmingham, Alabama and most recently restoring a historic church damaged by flooding in West, Texas.
And they're not stopping there.
During the show, Glenn listened to another Labor of Love member, Brianna, tell about a recent experience she had with a gentleman at the car rental place, who is working in the U.S. while his family is back in Jamaica. She said all she could do was pray for him.
Suddenly, Glenn chimed in.
"Why don’t we raise some money and send him home to Jamaica for Christmas. Wouldn’t that be cool? Let’s do that," he said. "There’s no coincidence."
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