Inspiring Bible Character

 The Bible is filled with so many characters. Many times we usually think of the major stories that we grew up hearing, but what about the other characters? Those not so well known characters that people who are new to the Bible don’t know.

Today’s BeTheSohrs focus is on Bible characters who inspire you. Tell us about a Bible character that gives you inspiration. It’s time, your time, to do what we, Christians, do best. #BeTheSohrs.

Let’s show the world the character from scripture that inspires us.

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What ways do you show love to the ones around you?

At the very core of being a Christian, exists the power of love. There is one thing that all Christians can agree upon and that’s the importance of this 4 letter word, l-o-v-e. We’ve found and you’ve experienced this word in many different ways. The world needs to know what it looks like. This week’s BeTheSohrs topic is “What ways do you show love to the ones around you?”

Here are a few actions and questions to get your thoughts stirring as your share:
* How often do you show love to those around you?
* In what ways do you give to your community?
* How has showing love to others affected you?
* In what ways do you show love to those that are around you?
* Give us a love expression.
* Love selfie. Yes, like being on the “kiss” cam at a baseball game.
* What is your love language? And why?

We can’t wait to hear (and see) what you have to share.
It’s time, your time, to do what we, Christians, do best. #BeTheSohrs

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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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Compliment a Stranger Today

The reason I like being around Christians is because I leave feeling refreshed.  They put wind in my sails.  Have you ever had anyone say something to you that lifted your spirits and sent you soaring?

So encourage each other and build each other up, just as you are already doing.” – ‭‭1 Thessalonians‬ ‭5:11‬ ‭NLT‬‬

This week, we are doing this very thing for others.  Can you find a stranger or someone you just met and find a way to encourage them.  Our “BeTheSohrs” focus is “compliment a stranger today!”  Being that breath of fresh air for others is what we, Christians, do and we do it well.  It’s time your time to BeTheSohrs!

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Make Spending Time With God a Priority

If you haven’t noticed priorities are important.  It’s said that “whatever gets scheduled gets done.”  What this is also saying is that which doesn’t get scheduled does not get done.  Could prayer or spending time with God fall into this category?  Sure it does, even with the best of intentions.  Fortunately for you this week’s “BeTheSohrs” focus is “make spending time with God a priority.”  You can join our campaign by simply liking our social media posts.  You can share your thoughts, ideas and links.  You can share images.  Regardless of how you’d like to participate, the time to do so is now.  Let’s do what we, Christians, do best.  Let’s #BeTheSohrs!

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Best School Year Ever

You might not realize this, but summer doesn’t end (at least in the U.S.A.) until September 22. The season doesn’t change for more than a month, but it feels like we’re moving into another season. With everyone focused on their kids returning back to school, it feels like we’ve entered a new season with changes and new activities. As our children return to school, let’s think of ways we can make this school year the best ever. This week’s “BeTheSohrs” focus is “making this school year the best year ever for our kids.” What ideas do you have for making the 2019/20 school year the best year ever? Let’s do what we, Christians, do best. #BeTheSohrs

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Back-to-School Support

It’s that time we love to hate (at least in the U.S.A.).  Our kids are heading back to school.  That means traffic will pick up and so will busy schedules.   Back to school isn’t all bad, it’s a good thing if we get past the small items that make it frustrating and inconvenient.  What if we together redirect our focus.  Here’s a “BeTheSohrs” topic to help make “back-to-school” more enjoyable.  Try to help at least one child by providing them with school supplies.  You’ll never know how much it means to a child to have the supplies they need or even want as they return to school form the summer.  It’s back-to-school time, but more important it’s our time to do what we, Christians to do best.  Make a difference; let’s BeTheSohrs!

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What is Important to Someone Else

There is no better way to make a world of difference than to place someone else’s needs before your own.  What have you done for another lately?  How have you made your “neighbors” feel important.  Today’s #BeTheSohrs topic is “Focus on what is important to someone else.”  Share with us and your world how you made the importance of another person your priority.  This is what we as Christians do.

There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life [motives, priorities, ambitions] for one’s friends.” – John 15:13

Let’s do this now…let’s do this together!  #BeTheSohrs

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What’s one word that describes your church?

This might be the hardest “BeTheSohrs” topic ever.  No, not really, especially for those of us who really love our churches and places of worship.  What’s the one word you’d use to describe your church or place of worship to others?

In the past, I’ve heard descriptions like…

  • Lively
  • Traditional
  • Inspiring
  • Boring
  • Loud
  • Intense

What word would you use to describe yours?  No matter what word you use, it’s all good. We’re on a mission to show the world what Christians do.  Can’t wait to hear (see) your responses. Don’t forget to tag your social media posts with “#BeTheSohrs”.  Have fun and enjoy this week’s “BeTheSohrs” topic. You’re making a difference in the family of Christ.

Showing the world what we (Christians) do!  #BeTheSohrs

 

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After Worship Activities

“BeTheSohrs” is a way for Christians to show others what we, Christians, do.  In other words, let’s show the world how great Christianity can be. We want the world to know that accepting Christ is a good thing and very enjoyable.  

Today’s “BeTheSohrs” topic is “After Worship Activities”.  What are your after service activities? How do you spend your time once service has ended?  Who do you spend your Sundays with? Where is that special or not so special place you dine? List some of your Sunday afternoon activities.  Share a photo of you enjoying your Sunday. Show the world pictures from breakfast, brunch, lunch and even dinner.  

Not only do you get to share what you do, you also get to see what others are doing.  Sunday activities go a whole lot better after service. 

Be refreshed.
Be motivated.
Be inspired.
Be renewed.  But more importantly…


“BeTheSohrs”!

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