Veterans Day Tribute

This week we celebrate Veterans.  It’s our opportunity to say thank you to men and women who have done things for us that we don’t in most cases know about to ensure we have a future that’s brighter.  As Christians let’s lead the way in showing our gratitude to the soldiers: past, present, and future.

Here are a few actions and ideas to get you going:

  • How do you celebrate Veterans Day?
  • Show us your hero.
  • What are you doing for Veterans Day?
  • Share your Veterans Day traditions.
  • Tag a man or woman in uniform. Past, Present, or Future.
  • Thank a soldier.  Past, Present, or Future.
  • Veterans Day Pics

The time is now, let’s do, what we (Christians) do best.  #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 usto 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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How Do You Stop Complaining And Appreciate What You Have Today?

Our society is known for complaining and being very unappreciative.  It’s time we do something to be the difference.  The Bible refers to complaining as “murmuring”.  We hear a lot of this type chatter all around us.  What can we do to decrease and even put a stop to the murmuring.   

For many of our followers, this is a problem and for others it’s not.  For those who wrestle with complaining, tell us how it gets the best of you and for you who’ve mastered it share your input into how.  This week’s #BeTheSohrs focus is “tell us how you have learned to stop complaining and appreciate what you have today?”

It’s time, your time, to 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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Overcoming the Comparison Trap

Today’s #BeTheSohrs focus is how you overcome the comparison trap.  The one thing having choices does is eliminates the need to compare.  When you have choices, you don’t need to compare what you have to what others have.  Because of the database of churches and resources has, you no longer have to worry with comparing your church to another’s.  You can find the resources just right for you.

While this might be true for followers, it’s not true for the world around you.  Others need to know how you overcome the comparison trap in general.  Comparison can be tough, BTS (BeTheSohrs) today by sharing how you have overcome the comparison trap.

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Support Those Impacted By Hurricane Florence

Let’s Do What We (Christians) Do Best!

Last year about this time, we rallied our efforts together to support our friends and family who were devastated by Hurricane Harvey and IRMA.

Now our love for others must spread and reach out again.  Our friends and family who have been devastated by Hurricane Florence need us.  It’s time, our time to be the hands and feet of Jesus. Due to your responsiveness, we’ve compiled a list of a few ways you can provide support.

Click any of the links below to aid the cause:

During this dark time for many, we can be a light even from afar.  The time is now, this time is for you; you know what to do – BeTheSohrs!

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Favorite Bible Story

The best way to enjoy your Christian experience is by connecting with your bible. What do we mean by that?  Can you identify with any of its stories? Which ones have the most meaning for you? This week’s BeTheSohrs topic let’s us in to what it is about your bible that connects with you.  The topic is “Favorite Bible Story or Parable”.

Here’s how you can share yours with your social world:

  • Tell us about your favorite Bible story and why?
  • Share which Bible story you relate to?
  • Give us the Bible story that inspires you?
  • If you could have been a part of any Bible story which would it be?
  • Which Bible story motivates you?

It’s your time and we want to know what bible story has impacted you.  Let’s do what we, Christians, do best…#BeTheSohrs

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Favorite Bible

If you’ve been a Christian for a while, you’ve probably acquired a bible that’s your favorite. There’s nothing like having a favorite bible.  It turns to the right page when you need it. You can find all the important passages you have marked, highlighted or memorized. There’s nothing like having your favorite bible with you when you’re in the mood to read God’s word.  This week at, our “BeTheSohrs” topic is “Favorite Bible”.

Because we are in the business of sharing what Christians do (with the world), we want you to join us in sharing your favorite bible.  We are asking you to…:

  • Post a picture of your favorite bible.
  • Tell about how you got your favorite bible.
  • Share your story as to why this is your favorite bible.
  • Offer some good study tips you’ve read from your favorite bible.

Remember the time is now.  Get involved; BeTheSohrs (pronounced “source”)

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In What Ways Do You Spend Time With God?

There are so many ways we spend time with the people in our lives. For a spouse it might be a candlelight dinner. For your family it might be games and popcorn. For a small group, conversation and pizza. In the office, it’s meetings to discuss projects and issues. But how about God, what kind of time does He get from us and how do we spend time with Him? Maybe you’re a veteran and have creative ways to share moments with God. On the other hand, you might be new to the relationship one can have with God. At any rate, we need to hear about it. There are tons of people out there who would like to know. Christians of all ages, new and old. Here are a few suggestions we can offer:

  • How often do you find yourself in prayer?
  • Do you have a specific area where you pray? Share.
  • Tell us about your small group.
  • How often do you find yourself reading the Bible?
  • In what ways do you spend time with God?
  • Share a picture with your small group.

The point of it all is to share what Christians do.
The time is now, let’s do what we, Christians, do best–#BeTheSohrs!  Don’t forget to tag your posts with #BeTheSohrs or #TheSohrs.

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