Home > Uncategorized > UNITED LOVE CAMPAIGN | Sept.11th-12th


United Love is a movement of churches uniting in love. For far too long, churches have competed against each other, and in doing so, have broken the heart of God. The church exists to make the name of Jesus famous and to share his love with those who are far from him.

On September 11-12, 2010, churches across New England will unite in service to their communities, to promote the name of Jesus and not the name of any individual church. Our goal is to make sure that no matter where you go in New England on that weekend, you will see people serving the local community wearing “United Love” shirts, so that people can see the church becoming Jesus with skin on and be compelled by His incredible love as the Bible teaches in Matthew 5:16: “In the same way, let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven.”

The United Love Campaign will provide promotional videos, tools for churches, t-shirt templates, and everything else you need for your church to participate. All of this is available completely free, along with a “Love Revolution” kit from Joyce Meyer (a $150 value) when you sign your church up here. We are even providing everything you need to use “United Love” as a sermon series in your church, including tease videos, series bumpers, graphics, and 2 complete messages!

Be sure to spread the love by inviting other people and churches to get on board along with you! You can also see a list of which churches are already involved here or catch the latest updates on the campaign at our blog.

For more information visit http://www.unitedlove2010.com.

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