I am starting something new. A brand new venture for me. And I’m nervous. And scared, but very excited, as I feel like God has led me to launch this challenge.
My husband has often talked to me about how it is a shame that I am not using my blog more as a way to reach out to others with my testimony of Jesus Christ, to be a better missionary. And he’s right. While I do talk about spiritual related things from time to time on my blog, I don’t always, directly, or forwardly, encourage others to Come Unto Jesus on my blog, or in my real life.
So, one Sunday night, a great idea was sparked. I am sure I am not alone in my desires to be bold in my testimony and my faith. There are many Christians out there, like me, who know that they should be doing better, should be better missionaries, should be extending the message of Christ’s atonement, but they lack the courage and know-how of just how to do it. That’s why I decided to put together a 15-Day Social Media campaign, where everyday you are given a new, simple, challenge for you to be a Bold Christian, for you to talk, speak, and prophecy of Christ, in small, and simple ways.
When will it start?
The challenge will begin the day after you sign up. Each day you will receive an email (as long as you sign up below) the night before the next day’s challenges. Each email will include the day’s “theme” and what challenge(s) go along with it. There will be applicable scriptures (from the KJV), and some ideas on how to meet the day’s challenge. I am doing my best to make them open-ended and easy to adapt to whatever your life situation may be.
Examples of Challenges:
- Ask for prayer requests and share about your testimony of prayer as you do so.
- Carry your scriptures with you all day, and read for one minute every time you sit down.
- Share your testimony and conversion stories.
- Invite others to read the Bible, go to church, or pray.
- Defend God’s name.
- Pray over your meals in public.
- Share about your favorite scripture or scripture stories
- And more!
All you need to do to join in this challenge is to sign up below!:
I encourage you, as you complete each day’s challenge, to reply to the emails, about your experiences, to let me know how you are doing! I also encourage you to write them down in a personal journal.
Share it with your Friends!
Now that you have signed up for the campaign, encourage others to do it with you! Let’s be a strong force for God!
Direct your friends to sign up for the 15-Day Bold Christian campaign by directing them to this very page (https://whatsupfagans.com/boldchristian). Or, simply forward the daily emails on to others.
And share with members of your church and Bible study groups, encouraging them to join the challenge!
Also, I have created a Group Page on Facebook, where we’ll be sharing the challenges, encouraging each other, and sharing graphics and scriptures for you to share. Please join and invite your friends to join the group and the challenge that way!
Tell your Twitter Followers you joined the campaign by Tweeting this:[Tweet “I signed up for the 15-Day #BoldChristian Challenge! Join me and Let’s Talk of Christ! “]
PIN this page too and tell everyone you’ve signed up for the challenge and that they should too! Click this Pin it button:
When you share about the day’s challenges on social media use the hashtag #BoldChristian. Whenever you post pictures, a status update or video that relates to the challenge, use the hashtag so that others can find it.
I would love for you to join me in promoting and gathering attention for this campaign! See my Bloggers page for more details on how you can help! Thank you!
Part of the reason I am running this challenge is to simply strengthen our own faith in our Savior Jesus Christ. One of the best ways to strengthen your own faith is to share it. Don’t be ashamed of your testimony or your faith, no matter where it may be. Take strength in what you do know to be true and testify of those truths.
May God bless that we can do a great work for Him. That we may remind each other what it means to be an example of the believers.