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For God so Loved the World

Posted: 04 Feb 13 | By: NG Team

14th of February. It’s one date just like any other and yet all of a sudden the whole world suffers from love mania. It completely explodes and spits out cascades of pink hearts, sugary sweets and Hallmark cards with cheesy love poems. On Valentines day the world loves everyone and everyone loves the world.

Without a doubt, Valentines day has become one of the most hyped and celebrated days of the year. Why? Because it’s all about the thing that everyone longs for most, love. That’s why we at New Generation believe it’s a great opportunity for your CU to reach out to your school. What defines the God we believe in better than love? The reason Jesus came down to earth in the first place, the essence of the gospel really is love. “For God so loved the world that he gave his own son that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” (John 3:16)

Remember that this Valentines day and reach out to your school. Why not make your own Valentines cards? If Hallmark can do it, so can you. Or put hearts on lockers with messages of love or bible verses on them. And as always, the New Generation team is here at your service. So if you need an extra hand, we’re just an email or phone call away.



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