Last year on 11-12-13 we officially launched Concept Church online.
With your help we took to social media with the Gospel and reached thousands. This year we hope to do the same. However we plan to keep it simple, very simple.
You can help us start a chain reaction that will reach even more. All I need you to do is one thing: hit the “Share” button on December 13th.
That is it.
You don’t even have to say anything.
This is what I am asking you to share: 12-13-14movement.com
This is a joyful time of year for many but that isn’t the case for everyone. In fact, last year I got to witness this first hand. Hannah was on bed rest in the hospital and everyday as I would go visit her I would pass through the waiting room of the ICU.
You see, she was on bed rest right next to the NICU because they expected our boys to be there next.
Every day I would see families gathered together praying. Calling on God for healing and hope.
We are approaching 12-13-14 and I can’t think of a better thing to do, than to call on God and share the message of hope with the world. The message of Jesus, the message of Christmas.
You may have a peaceful, calm Christmas ahead but there are many out there that are in pain and suffering, they feel hopeless and lost. We know that hope can only be found in Christ… but not everyone knows this.
This Christmas I want to ask you to do something that may bring you outside your comfort zone. I want you to ‘share the Gospel’. But like I said above, you don’t even have to say anything. Just hit the “Share” button at 12-13-14movement.com. I promise, it will bless someone around you… and in turn it will bless you.
We serve a mighty God and risen Savior.
How amazing is it that Christ came to earth? That Jesus came and died in our place? That sinners like you and me can be forgiven and have hope?
It truly is amazing. I wish you and your family a blessed Christmas. Help us bless others with the message of hope found in Jesus Christ.
Then Jesus said, “Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28