Our goal is to maintain the showing of the love of Jesus Christ, while extending our hands of compassion toward others.
It's natural for us to be kind to those closely related to us, for kindness basically means affection arising from kinship. However, kindness is fundamentally a divine quality. Ephesians 4:22 says, "And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you."
Since kindness is not only woven into the fabric of human nature but also highly esteemed by God, it is, therefore, reasonable that God tells us to “become kind to one another.” (Ephesians 4:32) We are also reminded: “Do not forget hospitality,” or “kindness to strangers.”—Hebrews 13:2.
In today’s largely unkind and unthankful world, it is possible for us to be kind to others. This department has served globally for over 50 years and is geared towards the overall theme of our current Chief Overseer and Sixth in Historical Succession, Bishop Clary K. Butler, Sr., "Evangelize, Bring Back the Love and Fill God's House."