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What Are You Thankful For?

Starting Saturday from 6:00 p.m. to Sunday at 9:00 p.m., you get to help take back Sunday for a cause greater than you might realize. And your participation is more impacting than you’ll ever know. Everyone can participate via social media (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, etc.).

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    Let’s show the world what Christians do.

The time is now #BeTheSohrs
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Share Your Favorite Christian Charity

One of the things that can make Sohrs.com (The Sohrs) better, other than you of course, is better content. What we want to offer our followers and site visitors is information about Christians that you can’t get anywhere else on the planet. You help us do this each week by participating in our BeTheSohrs campaigns. It’s our way (and has become many of yours) to let the world around know what Christians do. What makes a follower of Jesus Christ special. This week our topic is “Share Your Favorite Christian Charity”. We need this information and so do others. Also you get to promote a charity you deeply love.

Not only are you able to share your favorite charity on your preferred social media network (Facebook, and Twitter), but you’re also able to share your responses on our website at sohrs.com/favorite-christian-charity.

We look forward to hearing from you. Let’s do it together. Let’s do it now. Let’s BeTheSohrs.

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How Can You Be The Light In The Workplace?

It’s a new day.  As Christians it’s time to take Christ to the workplace.  It’s the place where most of us spend the majority of our time and meet the majority of the people we know in life.  So how do we accomplish such a feet without doing a disservice to The Kingdom?  This week’s BeTheSohrs focus is “How can you be the light in the workplace?”  How can we shed more light in the place we spend the majority of our time?

It’s our time and that time is now for us, Christians, to do what we do best.  #BeTheLight  #BeTheSohrs

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Where did you see God at work in your life today?

The most meaningful part of any good relationship is the interactions you have with this special person.  Maybe they bought you a cup of coffee out of the blue. Maybe they took you out to lunch. Depending on how close the relationship is, maybe they did something very small, but inside it was the largest gift you could have received.  At any rate, moments like this are precious. But did you know God does these things for us everyday? Today’s BeTheSohrs topic is “Where did you see God at work in your life today?”

Here are a few questions to help you think and share:

  • How did God show up for you today?
  • Describe how you saw God at work in a friend’s life today?
  • How did God play a part in your life today?
  • In what ways has God impacted your life today?
  • What area of your life did God work in today?
  • Give an example of how God impacted your life today?
  • Express how excited you were when you saw how God was at work in your life today?
  • Give an example of when you saw God impact someone else’s life today?

You’ll never know how important it is for you to share your thoughts and experiences with others.  Our world is waiting on us to show them what we, Christians, do! Let’s do it together! BeTheSohrs

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Christian Alternatives to Halloween

We’re approaching Halloween; how do you feel about that?  This holiday has been controversial for Christians for quite some time now.  Halloween, if you do your homework, has its roots in both Christianity and the ancient festival of Samhain.  Nonetheless, most do view it as not having any Christian roots; what do you think? Share your thoughts and plans with us.

  • Share a picture of your carved pumpkin.
  • What are some Christian alternatives to Halloween?
  • Show us a picture of you carving a pumpkin.
  • Show us your Halloween decorations.
  • What treats do you make for Halloween?
  • What does your church do for Halloween?
  • Share your trunk or treat ideas.

Now is a great time for you to show your world what Christians do! Let’s do it together, BeTheSohrs!

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Don’t Compromise Your Standards

Civilizations evolve and cultures shift. There’s no way around that, but what happens when it shifts so much that it pushes you to compromise your standards? What will you do when culture pushes back against you? It will and has always.

This week’s #BeTheSohrs focus is “In a shifting culture, how can we make sure we don’t compromise our standards?” The thing we like about Christians is that we will stand. It’s time, your time to do what we, Christians, do best. Let’s stand for our standards! #BeTheSohrs.

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Characteristics of Jesus

This week’s BeTheSohrs topic is for everyone; every Christian can participate.  There’s no way you can be a Christian and not be able to participate in this one.  This week’s BeTheSohrs topic is “Characteristics of Jesus”. What characteristic(s) of Jesus do you love the most?
Here are a few actions and questions to get you started:

  • What is your favorite characteristic of Jesus?
  • Name your favorite attribute of Jesus.
  • What characteristic of Jesus do you relate to the least?
  • Describe your favorite attribute of Jesus.
  • What trait best describes Jesus?
  • What facet brings you closer to Jesus?

It’s your time to share with the world what we, Christians, do!   #BeTheSohrs

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How Do You Share Jesus With Others?

I once hated being on the receiving end of this question.  I’d be embarrassed because I knew deep down inside it’s what I should be doing, but I wasn’t.  I didn’t feel qualified, adequate, or confident enough. In this week’s BeTheSohrs topic, we ask the question, “How do you share Jesus with others?”  On the flip side of this question, there are those who do it without any reservations. They have a burning passion to share what’s been shared with them.  We want to hear from both sides. Share your thoughts and experiences with us.

Here are a few ideas to help you in sharing:

  • Share a past random act of kindness.
  • How do you share Jesus with your peers?
  • In what ways do you share Jesus with others?
  • How do you tell others about Jesus?
  • How do you witness to others?
  • Share your passion for Jesus.
  • Describe a time you shared Jesus with someone.

It’s time to share; let’s do it together.  We are impacting the world by showing others what we, Christians, do.  #BeTheSohrs

 

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Take a picture with your small group.

Small groups are just about in full swing in most churches as we head into the fall season.  As small groups get through their meet and greet session, it’s a good time to share that experience with others.  

For some, that getting-to-know-you phase of small groups might be tough, but if we do what we do best and share our experience with the world around us, we can make it that much easier for someone else.

This week’s “#BeTheSohrs” focus is share a picture of you and your small group.  It’s time; your time to do what only we, Christians, do best.  We gather together with others!  #SmallGroups

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What helps you get through trying times?

In the church community, we find ourselves using the term “storm” to describe troubling or trying times.   Many have heard it said that you’re either: 1) preparing for a storm, 2) in a the midst of a storm or 3) just on the other side of a storm.  At any rate, storms are a part of life that we must all deal with. The question is “how”? This week’s BeTheSohrs focus is “what helps you get through trying times?”  What’s your secret to calming a storm? It’s time, our time, to do what we Christians do best…share your experiences of coping with the storms of life. #BeTheSohrs



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