Share A Time When Your Prayer Was Answered

All of us can think of a time where we desperately needed an answered prayer.  Well, there are many believers out there waiting for their prayers to be answered.  How comforting would it be for Christians everywhere to share a time when a prayer was answered?  How encouraging would that be to those who are waiting on theirs. Show your support, have some compassion and give your experience by sharing one of your answered prayer experiences.
Praying is what you, Christians do.

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It’s your time, our time to do what we, Christians, do best.  #BeTheSohrs!

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101 Ways To Use #25 – The Role of the Internet in Spreading the Good News

The Internet was initially seen as a threat, something that made it easier for people to have access to sin and to all the negativity in the world. However, it is also something that could be used to spread positivity and to spread word about the good news and how exciting Christianity actually can be. Go to The Sohrs and share resources, places, churches, and other things that will make you thank God you’re a Christian.

How Would You Describe Today’s Message?

Most Christians attend some type of worship service either Saturday or Sunday.  During these services a message is delivered. Some churches call it a sermon, others call it teachings or talks and there are those who reference it as a message. No matter what it’s called they give instruction, inspiration, comfort and hope.  Hopefully, this weekend you are amongst the millions who attend a worship service and will hear a great message. Our “BeTheSohrs” topic this week is “How would you describe today’s message?” Here are a few questions along those lines to help you share in this week’s “#BeTheSohrs” campaign:

  • What’s one word to describe the message you heard today?
  • What is today’s message theme?
  • What’s the one thing you loved about the message?
  • Share your message notes with us.
  • Tell us a little about the message.

No matter what you do, say or share, just do it.  It will literally inspire the world, your world.

It’s your time, our time to do what we, Christians, do best.  #BeTheSohrs!

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In what ways does your church use social media?

Social media has become a very big part of our lives.  It reminds me of the introduction of text messaging to mobile phones. At first everyone was a little apprehensive about texting.  Then before you knew it, it became our primary method of communicating with others. Well, let me be the one to tell you that social media is the exact same.  It has become the primary way (or soon to be) in which we communicate with others. I’ve noticed that technological changes like this take even longer in the church, but we too soon adapt.  This week’s #BeTheSohrs focus is…”In what ways does your church use social media?”

Here are a few questions to help you when sharing a response:

  • Share your favorite church’s Instagram page.
  • Where are the Facebook lovers?  Share something from a church you follow.
  • Tweet a quote, a song, or a thought from your church today.
  • How is your place of worship using social media?

It’s your time, our time to do what we, Christians, do best – #BeTheSohrs!

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101 Ways To Use #24 – Visiting a New Church

Every church has its own set of practices to follow, something that would help every newcomer before attending. This is the best way for you to not only show respect to their beliefs, but for you to see if you would be comfortable should you choose this church to grow your faith in. Find out more at The Sohrs.

How Are You Generous?

Some people are generous by nature.  They have the gift of giving, but what about the rest of us?  How can we be like the chosen few? How can we become more generous?Generosity first starts in the heart.  If you have a heart that desires to give, the next step is to get a plan for giving. In order to help others, let’s share ways that we practice generosity.  Today’s #BeTheSohrs topic is “How Are You Generous?”

Here’s your chance to influence others and the world.

  • In what ways are you generous?
  • What do you do for others?
  • How does your family give?
  • Share a recent random act of kindness.
  • Where have you volunteered to give of yourself?

Your participation in the BeTheSohrs initiative is greatly appreciated.  Remember, what you get out of it is a direct reflection of what you put into it.  Help us show the world what Christians do.

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In what ways do you spend time with your family?

We received this story once from a guy who had gone through several life changing situations in a short period of time: loss of a job, homeless and divorced.  He shared his story with us, a story of how he found a church that helped restore his life. He ended up persuading his brother and sister to attend and they’ve never stopped going.  With tears in his eyes, he said these words, “If that was the price I had to pay to worship my savior side by side with my siblings, I’d go through it all again. It was worth it.” If you get to experience your faith and belief with your family, that’s worth sharing.  Don’t take it for granted.

This week our topic is “In what ways do you spend time with your family?”  Sharing our faith and our stories are what we, Christians, do. #BeTheSohrs



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What does freedom mean to you?

We are a few days beyond one of America’s greatest holidays–Independence Day; otherwise known as the 4th of July.  What makes this holiday unique and special is that we’re celebrating freedom and independence as one nation. This week let’s continue the celebration by answering this #BeTheSohrs focus question, “what does freedom mean to you?”  If nothing more, share an Independence Day photo with us. It’s time, your time to do what we, Christians, do best…#BeTheSohrs!

Happy Independence Week!

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101 Ways To Use #23 – Social Media Apps for Christians

With social media taking the world by storm, it is not at all surprising how big its influence is for kids and teens as well. This is why The Sohrs shows you how other people rate each of these social media apps to allow Christian kids and teens to realize which social media app will lead them in the right direction, and which will lead them astray. You can also rate your own set of apps to help other people find the perfect ones they can use, only at

If you could ask God one question what would it be?

Everyone has that one question they wish they had the answer to.  Some have profound questions. Others have questions about extreme circumstances.  Even others have questions that extend beyond current reality. But what if you could get the answers to your unanswered questions?  

What if you didn’t feel alone in having questions that went unanswered?  Today’s #BeTheSohrs focus is “if you could ask God one question what would it be?  

Sharing is key to having meaningful relationships.  While no one may be able to answer your questions, sharing in this pursuit is a whole lot better with friends.  It’s time we do what we, Christians, do best. #BeTheSohrs



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