Posts Tagged ‘Sharing’

Mitzie shares more about how her church has been sharing Jesus… Part of our membership is involved in many community projects and Christian groups. Our speakers have taken this simple idea of the I Am Second wristband and shared it with other churches. Our district-wide Methodist youth confirmation retreat will be getting the wristbands and […]


We received an encouraging letter the other day from someone who wanted us know what was going on in her church.  The letter was so encouraging, we decided to break it down into two parts.  Our Pastor was so impressed with the philosophy of “I Am Second” that he wanted to engage our congregation and […]


It seems that recently we’ve heard about a lot more I Am Second wristband sightings… Sweet Bailee Madison was sporting her wristband on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.   American Idol contestant Scott McCreary has been wearing an I Am Second wristband throughout the competition.   Pray that people are seeing the words and […]


Diane’s Story

31Jan11

Diane shares the following story: “I was doing my usual walking at a Rec Center where we go and I was wearing my ‘I Am Second’ t-shirt.  A guy came up to me (whom we have seen previously and spoken to briefly before) and said, ‘I like your t-shirt.’  He went on to say, ‘Not […]


Neat story from our friend Emily: I am Emily Lambert. I am on staff with ZOE Ministries (www.zoeland.com) and I work with four other staff members. We focus on middle school, high school, and we now have a college ministry as well. Every Wednesday night is a ZOE Chapter. During a chapter, we hang out […]


More evangelism today–also starting groups in Bolivia. Pray for their health and longevity! -Shay


From the SMU Daily Mustang Narcissistic, lazy and spoiled are just a few of the characteristics that some may use to describe Generation Y. From social networking sites that are used as virtual ego inflators to the instant-fame obsessed culture, it’s no wonder people have diagnosed the Millennials as “overdosed on self-esteem.” However, there is […]