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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Ways Your Church Uses 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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Be Intentional In My Relationships

You know “normal” people wait for their relationships to form. The Bible however, has many examples of how relationships are established, nurtured, and maintained. Relationships just don’t happen by accident. They require a little bit of intentionality. What would happen if you made it a habit to be more intentional with your relationships? What could be possible? Today’s #BeTheSohrs focus is “How can I be more intentional in my relationships?” This is a fine time to join in the conversation and share your experience. Maybe someone doesn’t know where to begin. Whether you need an example, or suggestion, or have plenty to provide, the time to do it is now! #BeTheSohrs

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Who’s Impacted Your Life?

People play important roles in our lives. Many times we take it for granted. However, there are those very few who make the biggest difference in our world. One day at Sohrs.com we will be able to connect those positive influencers to all those that have been impacted by them. But for today, we will use this social media post and email campaign to simply acknowledge someone who has greatly impacted your life. Today’s #BeTheSohrs focus is “Who’s impacted your life?” That person may have been your Sunday school teacher, a coach, a high school teacher or a close family friend. Let’s do what we Christians do best and share the gospel-the good news about a person who’s played a big role in your life. The time is now; let’s do it together. #BeTheSohrs

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Something to Be Thankful For

Whatever you’re thankful for has the potential of being your next miracle.” – NoLongerCommon.com

Most don’t understand the power of thanksgiving. It’s hard to be disappointed, when you’re thankful. It’s hard to be stressed when you’re thankful. It’s hard to be dissatisfied when you’re thankful. There’s power in being thankful. This week’s “Be The Sohrs” focus is on finding something to be thankful for. We only ask this of you once a week. Let’s show the world what Christians do by being thankful, one of our greatest characteristics. The time is now; #BeTheSohrs!

[Like] our social media posts today if you have something to be thankful for.  And if you feel up to it leave a comment on Facebook and Twitter.

4th of July Tribute

We are celebrating one of America’s greatest holidays-Independence Day; otherwise known as the 4th of July.  Regardless of where you are or where you’re from, we all have special days and holidays that we celebrate. How do Christians celebrate their holidays?  I would bet that Christians know how to have a good time and the rest of the world stands the chance of learning a few things from us.

What are your plans this 4th of July (weekend)?

How are you celebrating?

How will you make this weekend any different from the rest?

With this week’s BeTheSohrs topic, we’re showing the world what we (Christians) do, this “4th of July”!  Happy Independence Day in The United States of America.

#BeTheSohrs

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What are some ways in which you help encourage others?

One of the jobs of a believer, a Christian, is to “edify” others.  That word means we build up others. We are like an elevator helping others reach higher levels.  What it doesn’t mean is to tear down. Did you know there are some people who don’t hear encouraging words on a daily basis?  There are people who never receive positive feedback. But that’s all about to change. This week’s #BeTheSohrs focus is “what are some ways in which you help encourage others?”  You’re a Christian, that’s what we do inspire those around us to go to higher heights. The time is now to do what we do best. #BeTheSohrs.

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A Father’s Day Tribute

Happy Father’s Day!

While fathers don’t get as much attention as mothers, we have a chance to at least make this day (weekend) special for the dads.  Make some social media noise. Today’s “BeTheSohrs” topic is “A Father’s Day Tribute.”

I found this quote that fits perfectly for Christian dads:

“Fathers, were a God idea.

The creator of the universe describes Himself as a Father.” – Joe McGee

Let’s show “the world”, how Christians celebrate their dads on Father’s Day.  In normal “BeTheSohrs” fashion, let’s take an action in tribute to the dads:

  • Post a picture with dad.
  • Share a thought as to why your dad’s so special.
  • Give some love for your dad.
  •  Upload an image of the gift you gave dad.

Be creative… but #BeTheSohrs!

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In what ways do you make time for God?

Time is becoming more precious.  Our lives are becoming more and more busy and filled with busyness.  How can we keep up with the changes that are happening around us and still have time for God? In this week’s BeTheSohrs focus, we’re asking the question: “in what ways do you make time for God?”  

Whether you realize it or not, The Church is the hope of the world.  That means if there is an answer out there to life’s problems it can be found in The Church.  So help us answer this question for all those who struggle with keeping up. In what ways do you make time for God?  It’s our time, your time to do what we, Christians, do best. #BeTheSohrs

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How do you use your God-given gifts to make a difference in someone’s life?

There’s nothing more fulfilling than knowing what your purpose in life is.  Every human-being has a unique gift and set of talents that makes them special.  Using these gifts and talents for another is what we call “purpose”. And Christians have an advantage; we help find purpose because we have purpose.  In this week’s #BeTheSohrs focus, we answer the question, “how do you use your God-given gifts to make a difference in someone’s life?”

Let’s generate some energy around this topic.  It’s our time to do what we, Christians, do best.  #BeTheSohrs

 

 

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