ALM CyberChurch Newsletter
Happy Thanksgiving!November 26, 2009
NOTE: Please read this whole message for an important notice.
All of us here at ALM CyberChurch wish you and yours a very happy Thanksgiving Day! And whether you live in the USA or elsewhere, let's remember today to be thankful to God for all the amazing blessings he has poured out upon each and every one of us.
Now for the important notice...
Many of us are going shopping tomorrow, called "Black Friday," because of the deals you can sometimes find. However, on this day, there are always a record number of auto accidents and other "mob-related" incidents, as people, worked into a frenzy, descend upon the stores in a mad rush to save a few bucks.
Well, we'd like to suggest a safer, saner idea; one that will allow you to find great bargains without putting yourself at risk at least of deadly stress. You can spend that time where it matters most, with your loved ones, at home, relaxed and enjoying the true spirit of the season (which can't be found outside your home on Black Friday!)
At the same time, you'll be helping to fund the spreading of the Gospel all around the world. After all, isn't that the true meaning of Christmas?
Just take a look at some of the gift ideas, and take a peek under the tree for those special gifts on your Christmas gift list.
My wife and I have found things here that we gave up trying to find at other online stores and even locally. Amazon has pretty much everything you can imagine. Their shipping is very quick and well priced.
When you buy something using the above link, a percentage of the sale goes to the ministry. What better way to avoid the mob, and peacefully shop at home with the family, all while saving money and supporting the ministry!
IMPORTANT: When you tell your friends about this, please make sure you don't send them directly to the Amazon site. For a percentage to go to the ministry, they need to use our link, Christmas.InfinityMerchandise.com.
Once again, we hope you have a blessed and happy Thanksgiving, and a very Merry Christmas season, as we remember and celebrate the hope of the world as he was born as one of us 2,000 years ago.
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