Monday, January 31, 2011

The Movement

If you haven't heard, I'm real big on orphan care. And when it comes to orphan care, nothing makes me more excited than The Movement.

The Movement, brought to you by Show Hope, is simply put: students caring for orphans. As we all know at Shining City Teens, teenagers are way more capable of doing things for God than most people give us credit for. This is a way that we can prove it. That we can show the world what students are capable of.

The Movement clubs are located in schools across Williamson County, like Brentwood High School, Franklin High School, Ravenwood, BA, and even homeschool! These clubs will bring awareness to the orphan crisis, and help fund and care for both adoptive families and orphans who are waiting for a forever family.

We hope to take the Movement across the nation someday, but right now we're starting in Williamson County, TN.

This coming Saturday, there is a HUGE event - The Movement Kick-Off Event! If you live anywhere near Franklin, or even if you live nowhere near middle TN, you won't want to miss it! Featuring music by the band CALEB (Steven Curtis Chapman's sons) and guest speakers Chris Wheeler, Sarah Rooker, and Caroline Greene. It's going to be awesome!

If you're on fire for orphans, come. If you've never thought about orphans in your life, come. If you think orphans are stupid, come (you can still get a 9 Fruits smoothie). This Saturday night, Feb. 5 from 7:00 to 9:00 at Liberty Hall in the Factory at Franklin. Admission is an 8 oz. baby bottle or $5. Bring extra money for awesome merchandise that benefits orphan care.

Join the Movement and be the difference in the lives of orphans today.

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