Love Does Stuff... How About You?
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Bob Goff never seems to lack a good story, and his life has been a neverending series of adventures, so he’ll never run out of crazy things to share. 

This semi-practicing attorney from Tacoma and author of "Love Does" quite creatively looks for ways to love others in the moment. Bob is a risk taker that seems to always be coloring outside of the lines, but the results often make you go “wow… that was pretty cool”.

Loving God, and loving others… if ever there was a right thing to do that would be it.  But not just in word, in action. When you have an assurance as a follower of Jesus that “no matter what” God has got your back, that grants you the sense of freedom to “go where no man has gone before.”

The Loves Does Stuff event is tomorrow and Friday in Tacoma. I  can’t say I fully grasp the scope of it all, but I am pretty sure you will come away inspired to live your life just a little differently than you do today.

As Bob says, "let's put some wheels on your dreams."

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  1. LindaK_5 posted on 05/15/2013 04:07 PM
    Would LOVE to attend, but the Lord has recently blessed me with a new job after being unemployed since 2009. The book is wonderful and I plan to give it as gifts this year!
  2. DeeB posted on 05/15/2013 09:46 PM
    I work a 12 hour shift tomorrow, but really want to go on Friday. Is it possible to buy a ticket for just that day?
    1. Larry Lomax posted on 05/16/2013 06:18 AM
      @DeeB Good question. There was only 200 tickets left as of Tuesday, so suggest you use the Contact link at the bottom of the page of https://lovedoes.com/
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