Friday, April 10, 2009

cardboard dreams

these people are ordinary people with extraordinary faith...with a story of overcoming fear to see their God dream achieved...i want to be like these people


Cardboard Dreams from Capital Christian Media on Vimeo.

this was in response to Pastor Ken Wilde's amazing series on going after the dreams God has for you, called "Forward Together" at our church, Capital Christian Center

6 comments:

The Meredith Family said...

we did this at our church this weekend. It was Cardboard Testimonies though. On one side you have what you once were before God... and on the other what life is like with God in it. I was actually a part of it and was in all 4 Easter services. It was about HOPE. My sign read on one side....Was on the path of self destruction.... and on the other.... Jesus is my saving Grace!! It was very cool. You can look up "cardboard Testimonies" on Utube. It is very similar but very cool to see what God has done is so many lives.

jenn lee said...

i love that your church did cardboard testimonies, Sharah, and that you were a part of it! there's nothing more amazing than God's miracles in our lives...and we totally ripped of the idea from you tube:) just modified it to fit with our "dreams" series...it was powerful!

Omah's Helping Hands said...

I so think this is such an awesome idea! I love how God works in our lives. I've seen this before. There was one that had done this and it was over an hour long with people showing their testimonies such as the Meredith Family. It's an easy great way to let people know.
Could you just imagine the affect it would have on doing this in the communities around the country. To think of how many lives may come to Jesus that way. It's an exciting thought!
Thanks for sharing Jenn. I just love your heart for the Lord. You are a beautiful daughter of the Lord our God.

JML said...

You can delete my comment, because it's not appropriate. but there's "rocks in my dryer" "foot in my mouth" and "crayons in my briefcase". I might need to rename my blog. What would I call it? Beer in my fridge!!!!!!!! :)

Spaceofgrace said...

loved this! And your blog too... i came over from Omah's Helping Hands... and so glad I did. Good to meet you!
Rachel

~hon~ said...

You are incomparably unique and beautiful, dear friend and mother.