If you are not familiar with our organization, God’s Secret Service Agents (GSSA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charity that encourages extraordinary people like you to join an army of individuals who actively conduct secret missions in the form of acts of kindness at home, in their neighborhoods, workplace, church and communities to help others in need. The organization’s innovative approach is based cheekily on the Mission Impossible TV Show and movies, as well as James Bond spy movies. It encourages people to sign up as Secret Service Agents commissioned by God to plan and conduct secret missions (acts of kindness) to help others in need.
But the main inspiration for the concept comes from Matthew: 6 1-4, which states: “Take care! Don’t do your good deeds publicly or before men in order to be seen by them; otherwise, you will have no reward with and from your Father Who is in heaven. Whenever you give to the poor, don’t shout about it as the hypocrites do blowing trumpets in the synagogues and streets and calling attention to their acts of charity! I tell you in all earnestness, they have received all the reward they will ever get. But when you do a kindness to someone, do it secretly-don’t tell the left hand what your right hand is doing. And your Father who knows all secrets will reward you openly.”
GSS Agents, as members are called, have fun and find joy in spying out their “target mission
assignments” (people they plan to help) and conducting secret acts of kindness with pure motives, not expecting acknowledgement or anything in return. By regularly conducting secret mission of kindness (at least monthly, if feasible), GSS Agents spread love in the world and their own lives are enriched and blessed by God.
What Do GSS Agents Do?
When you sign up as a GSS Agent, you select your own secret agent number, like the James Bond character. You are then encouraged to log into the GSSA website “Find Missions” page to determine whether you will accept and conduct one of the suggested secret missions of the month. Monthly secret missions are suggested by GSSA Headquarters (GSSA HQ) and are focused on helping groups of people like Veterans, Teachers, Police Officers, Single Parents and the Homeless. Don’t want to accept a suggested secret mission provided by GSSA HQ, no problem. Just conduct your own secret surveillance in your everyday life of the people and circumstance around you, identify needs and conduct your own secret service missions/acts of kindness to meet those needs.
After completing a secret service mission/act of kindness, GSS Agents are encouraged to log on to the GSSA website’s Mission Accomplished page using their GSS Agent Number to anonymously report their mission(s) accomplished and how they did it. GSS Agents are asked to refrain from reporting any information that could identity the person they helped or reveal their own identify. Reporting mission(s) accomplished serve as inspiration and provide ideas and mission operational techniques that other agents can use or modify when conducting future missions.
Conducting Secret Service Mission of Kindness Are Not As Easy As They Sound
Think about an easy act of kindness you would want to do to help a friend. It is very likely that you could perform that act of kindness relatively easily and straightforwardly. Now think of doing that same act of kindness (in secret) so that your friend does not know that you were behind the action. In many cases, the kindness is no longer a random act, but a planned mission of service. You would really have to act like a spy, conduct secret surveillance, work secretly with others, and take some covert actions to successfully carry out your mission of kindness to help your friend. That’s part of the fun of being a GSS Agent! Instead of being “licensed to kill,” like James Bond, you are “licensed to serve” others in an unselfish and generous way to help make the world a better place.
Conducting Secret Service Missions Doesn't Need to Involve Spending Money
Be creative. Secretly leaving a note of encouragement on a stranger’s car or doing the work on a sick co- worker’s desk can make a world of difference in that person’s life! Monthly secret missions suggestions from GSSA HQ often include ones that don’t cost any money just observation, a little bit of time, consideration and kindness, which are things most of us can afford to do.
Get in on the fun and help make the world a better place, one secret service mission/act of kindness at a time!